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Virginia/Loudoun Gastric Bypass Surgeons & Surgery Information

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Gastric Bypass Surgery Overview

Anesthesia: General anaesthetic.
Length of surgery: 1-2 hours
Location of operation: Hospital.
Back to work: 1-2 weeks
Average Price: $20,000-$40,000



Gastric Bypass Procedure Information

This procedure is used to treat morbid obesity, a condition which arises from severe accumulation of excess weight as fatty tissue, and the health problems that arise from it. These procedures are meant as an option for people who are severely obese and cannot lose weight by traditional means or who suffer from serious obesity-related health problems. A gastric bypass procedure consists of a division of the stomach into a little upper pouch and a larger lower remnant pouch. The operation promotes weight loss by restricting food intake and interrupting the digestive process. It is estimated that roughly 150,000 gastric bypass procedures were performed in the US last year.


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Latest Gastric Bypass News

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People undergoing weight loss surgery experience changes in appetite, taste a...
Washington, Apr 17 : A new study suggests that patients who undergo Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, during which one's stomach is made smaller and small intestines shortened, report changes in appetite, taste and smell.
Expect changes in appetite, taste of food after weight loss surgery
Changes in appetite, taste and smell are par for the course for people who have undergone Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery during which one's stomach is made smaller and small intestines shortened. These sensory changes are not all negative, and could lead to more weight loss among patients. Their findings showed that after gastric bypass surgery, patients frequently report sensory changes.
Weight loss surgery linked to appetite, taste change
London, April 17 (IANS) Gone through a weight-loss surgery recently? Expect changes in appetite and taste of food as a research says after gastric bypass surgery, patients frequently report sensory changes. "These sensory changes are not all negative and could lead to more weight loss among patients," said Lisa Graham from Leicester Royal Infirmary in Britain. According to Graham, their day-to ...
Weight-loss surgery alters sense of taste and smell, study finds
Study finds almost three-quarters of patients developed a dislike of certain foods after surgery
Study indicates that changes in appetite and taste are very common after gast...
Changes in appetite, taste and smell are par for the course for people who have undergone Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery during which one's stomach is made smaller and small intestines shortened.
Weight-Loss Surgery Can Reverse Diabetes, But Cure Is Elusive
People with diabetes who had gastric bypass surgery had much better control of blood sugar three years later. But most still hadn't met the goal of returning to normal sugar levels, a study finds.
Sleeve Gastrectomy Eliminates Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms, Suggests New Studies
LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Michael Feiz, MD, FACS is known as an expert in all things related to the sleeve gastrectomy, from innovating a safer technique to combining the procedure with lap band revision surgery. The gastric sleeve procedure, which removes over 70% of the stomach, is one of Dr. Feiz' favorite treatment methods for morbid obesity, as it offers effective weight ...
The underlying truth behind Gastric Bypass Surgery
Gastric bypass surgery reduces the size of an obese patients stomach in hopes of making them eat less. But new...
Always-Hungry Texas Girl to Get Gastric Bypass
Alexis Shapiro has gained more than 100 pounds and never feels full after surgery to remove a brain tumor affected her hypothalamus gland.
Texas girl, 12, finally gets obesity surgery
Alexis Shapiro, 12, looks over some children's books at Barnes and Noble with her mother, Jenny Shapiro, in Newport, Ky. Alexis, a 203-pound 12-year-old with hypothalamic obesity, is scheduled to have gastric bypass surgery Friday, at Cincinatti Childrens Hospital and Medical Center to stop the incessant weight gain and ravenous appetite that began two years ago after surgery for a benign brain ...