After bariatric surgery, patients may experience an increase in dental health problems. Let's explore this connection between weight loss procedures and your smile.
Research suggests that while bariatric surgery can help people lose weight, it can also increase a person's risk for kidney disease and renal failure.
Reactive or postprandial hypoglycemia is a potential complication of gastric sleeve and other bariatric surgery procedures. Let's look into this matter in more detail.
Some reasons why you may not be losing weight after gastric sleeve surgery include excessive calorie consumption and lack of physical activity.
Gastric sleeve leakage can be potentially deadly. Knowing the warning signs of gastrointestinal leakage can save your life after sleeve gastrectomy.
Gastric sleeve surgery can fail as a result of leaks, GERD, and weight regain. Your bariatric surgeon can suggest corrective weight loss surgery options.
One of the rare but potential complications associated with gastric sleeve surgery are adhesions, which can result in small bowel obstructions.