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Turkey Gastric Bypass is a frequently preferred weight loss surgery in the field of Obesity Surgery. Since obesity is more common in recent years, these treatments have started to be applied more. Obesity brings many diseases related to being overweight as well as being overweight. Therefore, it is important that patients receive these treatments and lead a healthier life. In short, Gastric bypass is a bariatric surgical operation that makes it easier for patients to lose weight and can also treat many obesity-related diseases.

Immediately! To start, you’ll take easy, short walks while you’re in the hospital. The key is to start slow. Listen to your body and your surgeon. If you lift weights or play sports, stay “low-impact” for the first month.

Unfortunately, the laparoscopic technique is not suitable for patients with a BMI of 50 and above. This would be quite risky. For this reason, it is recommended that patients who want to receive treatment with laposrockopic surgery lose weight before surgery.

It will be sufficient to be in the hospital for 3 days after the treatment.

Certain vitamins and minerals will not be absorbed well enough for you to meet the recommended U.S. daily requirements. This is especially true for Vitamins B6, B12, Folate, calcium and the mineral iron. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you take two multivitamins with minerals and calcium citrate daily and a dose of vitamin B12 under your tongue once a week for the rest of your life.

You can expect to see some blood in your stool in the first few bowel movements after surgery because procedures for the stomach and intestines will cause some trauma to the tissues and it is not unusual for a small amount of blood to leak out.

Yes. There is always some discomfort after gastric bypass surgery, the main source of which is the port entrances where the surgical instruments made from the abdominal wall and the camera pass. Additionally, after gastric bypass, you may experience some left shoulder pain, which may be the effect of the gas (carbon dioxide) used to inflate the abdomen. In general, however, pain is not a prominent feature and generally responds well to simple painkillers, whatever the ailment.

You should not drive for 2-3 days after your operation to allow the effects of the anaesthetic and any post-operative analgesia (painkillers) to wear off. Thereafter you may find driving a little uncomfortable until the port sites have fully healed, usually around 10 days.

Generally there is minimal scarring with a gastric bypass. The operating ports are placed in the abdomen through 5 narrow (0.5 cm) incisions which are sutured and/or glued and will normally heal in about 10-14 days. The scars should fade gradually. Some individuals have a greater tendency to form keloid which may result in thicker and more prominent scars. 

No. Every medical treatment has a failure rate and the Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGBP) is no exception. A proportion of bypass patients will fail due to a variety of reasons, including an inability to comply with the nutritional requirements, physical inactivity or a failure to attend for follow-up. They can also run into trouble if they fail to take the prescribed vitamin and mineral supplements. However, if you are really determined to get a good outcome from your bypass, most of the reasons for failure can be overcome.