People undergoing bariatric surgery should go to the doctor annually
In routine operations, via vieolaparoscopic access, the patients have a brief stay in the hospital, on average from 36 to 48 hours.
After one week, the patients return to the doctor's office for medical evaluation and guidance for the progression of the diet from liquid to paste. After 30 to 40 days, new medical consultation and nutritionist. At this stage, patients are generally on a solid general diet.
Laboratory monitoring depends on obesity-related diseases. For example, diabetics usually have control of their disease relatively quickly after the surgeries, they have to be seen by the medical team more frequently for adjustment of doses of medication and even suspension of them. Those with no associated disease are usually seen quarterly (every four months) in the first 2 years and then every six months to the fifth year and annually in the following years. These are routine visits that are customary for monitoring clinical examinations and correcting any abnormalities.
Like all individuals on our planet, the operative should maintain a balanced diet and physical activities. This pattern of healthy lifestyle is not the prerogative of patients only in the postoperative period of bariatric surgery.
And plastic surgery? They are indicated, when necessary, after stabilization of the weight, which occurs between 18 and 24 months postoperatively.
And pregnancy? The operated woman, who no longer has obesity, becomes more fertile. Pregnancy in general is calmer and babies are healthier and also has the guidance of ideally getting pregnant after weight stabilization.
In summary, bariatric operations return health, self esteem and longevity to obese operated. When well indicated, it brings with it countless advantages related to improving the health of those undergoing the operations.
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