Bariatric Surgery Blog

Hair Loss After Bariatric Surgery

Between 30 to 40 percent of patients will experience some type of temporary hair loss after bariatric surgery within the first six months.

Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery: Right for You?

Deciding to undergo bariatric surgery is the first step in an important life decision. Many patients then have questions about open versus laparoscopic bariatric surgery

Can You Drink Caffeine after Bariatric Surgery?

When it comes to dietary restrictions, many patients wonder if caffeine is safe after bariatric surgery.

Malabsorptive and Restrictive Weight Loss Procedures

By decreasing the size of the stomach while leaving the rest of the gastrointestinal tract intact, patients will feel full quicker, reducing the amount of food they can consume.

Weight Loss Surgery for Teens

As surgical techniques and medical technology have continued to improve, the safety of bariatric surgery for adolescents has improved.

Pregnancy After Bariatric Surgery

The Obesity Action Coalition recommends that patients wait between 18 and 24 months following bariatric surgery before becoming pregnant.

Safe, Effective Bariatric Surgery for Seniors

Bariatric surgery for elderly patients may seem high-risk. However, under the guidance of a knowledgeable doctor, surgery can be a safe.

Smoking and Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery generally carries a low risk of complications, but patients who smoke and chew tobacco double this risk.

Diabetes and Bariatric Surgery – Tijuana, Mexico

Diabetes is a leading cause of death in the U.S. In some cases bariatric surgery can help.

Are You Obese?

If you are obese, you face an elevated risk of developing conditions such as Type 2 diabetes and stroke.

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