Life after surgery

EasyBlog

This is some blog description about this site

Life after bariatric surgery can be exciting as you make changes to steer you towards a healthier life. It’s important to know what to expect after weight-loss surgery so that you can prepare for what lies ahead.  Learn how to deal with risks and complications following surgery, how to plan meals, and how to plan for pregnancy. 

Gallstones common after weight-loss surgery

Weight-loss surgery patients, especially women, may suffer an increased risk of gallstones following surgery. Gallstones are small pebble-like formations that develop in the gallbladder and can lead to painful blockages of the bile ducts. If you are concerned about gallstones or have a history of gallstones, talk to your doctor about medication that can help prevent gallstone formation.

Continue reading
439 Hits
0 Comments

How to know when to stop eating as a LAP-BAND patient

Hailed as one of the most successful types of weight-loss surgeries in the bariatric industry, the LAP-BAND® is designed to make patients feel full sooner and with smaller portions of food. However, for patients who have become used to eating large portions, it can be difficult to determine when it’s time to stop eating.

Continue reading
465 Hits
0 Comments

How to prevent overeating

How to prevent overeating

Overeating is a problem that many weight loss surgery patients face before and after bariatric surgery. Often, overeating is what has caused them to become obese and they find it hard to deal with the urge to overeat even after they have had weight loss surgery like gastric bypass or LAP-BAND. Learning about overeating, including why a patient may eat more than they should and tactics to avoid feeling the aftereffects, is the best way to prevent it from happening on a regular basis.

Continue reading
374 Hits
0 Comments

How to take medication after LAP-BAND surgery

After your Lap-Band surgery, you will have to make a lot of changes to the way you eat. You may also be required to make some adjustments to the way you take your medication. Larger pills and capsules could become stuck in the narrow opening created by your band, so it's important to take measures to ensure that any medication goes down smoothly.

Continue reading
313 Hits
0 Comments

Keeping a food journal

A food journal can be an extremely useful tool along the road to weight loss and improved health. Anyone who is considering or who has undergone weight loss surgery should start using a food journal to facilitate the process of forming a new and healthier relationship with food. Keeping track of what you eat and why, and how it makes you feel, can help you identify your problem areas and discover ways to target them.

Continue reading
624 Hits
0 Comments
Log in Register
CLOSE PANEL OPEN PANEL
This is content for slide out panel.