Men & Women
30 BMI if you have diabetes, Asiatics 27.5
From 1 to 1:30 hours
From 2 to 4 weeks
85% reduction of overweight
On this procedure, a small bag is created with the superior part of the stomach (1-1.5oz.) and the rest is removed. The pouch is connected and rerouted lower down with the small intestine, in order to allow the bile and pancreas fluids fully digest the food restricting absorption of calories.
After this procedure the food will pass through the small pouch into the distal part of the small intestine, the digestive juices from the stomach and upper intestine will be able to still help the digestion more distal than usual.
This procedure guarantees up to 85% of excess weight within the first year.
Gastric bypass patients usually lose a lot of weight very quickly. Within 3 months, the average patient will lose about one-third of their excess weight. By the one-year mark, more than (almost) two-thirds of the excess weight will be gone.
About 18% of the excess weight is gone
About half of the excess weight is gone
Up to 63% of the excess weight is gone
This surgery results in an improvement in many obesity-related health problems.
It is necessary to strictly follow your doctor’s directions to obtain the best results and achieve your ideal weight and medical conditions.
Patients who have a strict follow-up schedule with their surgeon post-operation see greater improvements in or remission of their diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension), and high cholesterol than patients who skip these visits.