Bariatric Surgery and Its Possible Complications

As we all know, all kinds of surgery have some sort of risk factor that your surgeons will explain. The most common short-term complications are acid reflux, anesthesia-related risks, nausea and vomiting, dilation of the esophagus, etc., that depend on the prior conditions and healthiness of the patients. In the long-term, these are low blood sugar, malnutrition, vomiting, ulcers, etc., that might occur when the dieting regimen and lifestyle recommendations aren’t strictly followed by the patient.

Common procedures like gastric bypass and gastric sleeve also contain risks that, depending on your BMI and lifestyle pre-surgery, might happen. These are:

  • Blood clots
  • Gallstones (because of rapid or substantial weight loss)
  • Internal bleeding of the surgical wound
  • Vitamin or iron deficiency
  • Perforation of stomach or intestines

It’s important to consider if we are qualified for bariatric surgery in the first place. Managing our BMI levels, abstaining from cigarettes and alcohol, and increasing the amount of exercise you do will lessen the chances of post-surgery risks and complications.

We offer bariatric surgery in Tijuana, Mexico! Our services are highly affordable, with medical professionals and staff leading the daily clinic operations.

If you’re considering weight loss surgery in Mexico, then look no further than Lighter Dream Bariatric Services! Please contact us at 877-665-8144 for inquiries!

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