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Weight Loss Surgery

You・ve tried it all: you・ve cut your calories .til you feel you・ve starved yourself, but you haven・t lost weight. You・ve run a gazillion miles, from here to the moon Vand then even started swimming laps in the local pool, just to make sure you・re doing things right, and still no results. You・ve even sought a specialist in Chinese Traditional Medicine, had yourself poked with so many acupuncture pins that you felt like a dart board (but you hung in tough Vno pain, no gain, right?). Yet still you have the weight. It just isn・t fair, is it? So now you・re considering weight loss surgery.

At the very minimum, let・s hope that you・ve tried at least a few of the above steps towards shedding those kilos. The truth of the matter is this: weight loss surgery is still surgery, and that means it is a serious investment of money, time, and trust. As well, even if you do get weight loss surgery, your habits will remain the same long after any surgery (something a dietician or counselor can help you with, not a surgeon). If you have weight loss surgery you may wake up a year later to find that you・re once again gaining that weight.

For this reason, this article is for those brave souls who・ve battled for success and for whom weight loss surgery is the final option. First bit of advice: see at least 3 weight loss surgery doctors. This is due to the law of individuality: we・re all individuals, including doctors. Some have more experience than others. Some have no experience at all, and you just may be their first patient.

With this in mind, it is important that you ask the doctors any questions that you may have, so that you will understand the nature of each type of surgery Vparticularly the type of weight loss surgery which they recommend.

With general weight loss surgery there are two basic types of procedures: open surgery and minimally invasive. Open surgery simply involves a long incision as a means to operate. Minimally invasive on the other hand, usually requires only approximately 6 smaller cuts through which special instruments, including micro cameras, will be inserted to accomplish the procedure.

As you have probably guessed, minimally invasive procedures are preferred by most people as they leave less scar tissue and scarring itself. As well, the hospital stay of this type of surgery is less than with open surgery. Also, the chances of complication such as hernia are greater with open surgery than with minimally invasive procedures.

While open surgery may not seem right for you, as everyone is different, there are cases where this is the preferred surgery, for whatever reason may be the case. Of course, only a doctor can tell you what is best for you specifically.





Do You Want to Lost Weight Effectively? - This Guide will Show You the Options Available. 2018