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    Gastric Bypass

    Gastric Bypass is a type of obesity surgery. In this method, a part of the stomach is removed and a smaller stomach pouch is created. This new part of the stomach connects to a section of the small intestine. In this way, the stomach volume is reduced and some of the nutrients pass through the small intestine without being absorbed, thus resulting in weight loss.

    Gastric Bypass Surgery

    Before the surgery, the patient is usually given general anesthesia, so that he or she is not conscious during the surgery and does not feel any pain or pain.

    Gastric Division

    To reduce the size of the upper part of the stomach, the surgeon removes a certain part of it and creates a smaller stomach pouch. This new stomach pouch allows him to take in smaller amounts of food.

    Intestinal Diversion

    The surgeon uses a section of the small intestine to create a connection that connects the new stomach pouch to the small intestine. This allows food to pass through the small stomach pouch and into a section of the small intestine.

    Disconnecting the Stomach from the Intestine

    Foods cannot pass directly from the main stomach pouch to a section of the small intestine, resulting in less nutrients being absorbed and weight loss.

    Gastric Bypass may have a higher weight loss potential than other bariatric surgery methods and may help manage obesity-related health problems such as type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and sleep apnea.

    After surgery, patients may need to stay in the hospital for a few days and full recovery may take several weeks. Diet and lifestyle changes are important after Gastric Bypass surgery. Patients should follow special dietary instructions specified by their dietitian or doctor and control the amount of food they eat.

    Gastric Bypass surgery can be an effective option for severe obesity conditions, but since every patient is different, it is important for people considering this type of surgical treatment to undergo a detailed evaluation with a bariatric surgeon and determine appropriate treatment options.