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Gastric Bypass Surgery, Anyone? by Diana Y. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 16 Oct 2008 7:59pm 1 Comment With so many celebs coming out about their gastric surgery, I thought I would share a list of guidelines they must follow. ● Eat slowly for 20 minutes or more. ● Food should be well chewed and should be consumed in small volumes. After surgery the stomach can only hold 1 - 2 ounces of food or fluid, but can expand up to 4 - 5 ... Read on »
Rapid Gastric Emptying by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm What is rapid gastric emptying? Rapid gastric emptying, also called dumping syndrome, occurs when undigested food empties too quickly into the small intestine. What are the symptoms of rapid gastric emptying? Early rapid gastric emptying begins either during or right after a meal. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, ... Read on »
Frequently Asked Questions by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm FAQ About Gastric Bypass (A) Preparation for Weight Loss Surgery Q. How do I know if I qualify for weight reduction surgery A. You qualify if: » You weigh twice your ideal body weight or You are overweight by 100 l ... Read on »
Lactose Intolerance after Gastric Bypass by Pam Tremble Patient Expert Posted Sat 27 Mar 2010 6:37am It is very common after RNY surgery for people to suddenly become lactose intolerance. My sister had RNY 8 years ago - she's lactose intolerant.  My mom had RNY 6 years ago - she's lactose intolerant. So when I had my RNY 2 years ago I fully expected to also be lactose intolerant.  In fact, for the first 4 months after my surgery I was too scared ... Read on »
Gastric Bypass by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm 2 Comments The Adjustable Gastric Band System Gastric Bypass Roux-en-Y reduces the capacity of the stomach by creating a small stomach pouch. The small space holds only one ounce of fluid. The procedure also constructs a tiny stomach outlet, which slows the sp ... Read on »
Gastric Bypass Surgery Can Lead to Alcohol Abuse by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Aug 2012 9:00am Patients who had gastric bypass surgery faced double the risk for excessive drinking, according to a study released by in the Journal of the American Medical Association . Gastric bypass surgery shrinks the stomach's size and attaches it to a lower portion of the intestine. That limits food intake and the body's ability to ... Read on »
Opiate dependence treatment options by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sat 08 May 2010 2:09pm Below is one chapter of my long, long book– the one that I will probably never finish.  I wrote this chapter about two years ago, and have not published it anywhere else, at least not that I can remember.  It is LONG, but if you are addicted to opiates and considering your options, I hope you will check it out.  I invite other addicts and frien ... Read on »
Gastric Bypass by kimmie1980ca Posted Sat 02 Jan 2010 12:00am What Is Obesity? Obesity results from the excessive accumulation of fat that exceeds the body's skeletal and physical standards. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), an increase in 20 percent or more above your ideal body weight is the point at which excess weight becomes a health risk. Today 97 million Americans, more than o ... Read on »
Gastric Bypass Surgery- When and how is it done? by Neha A. Facebook Posted Wed 02 Apr 2014 12:33pm Gastric Bypass Surgeries are a group of special operations called Bariatric Surgeries that are performed in medical various unique medical conditions. There are various methods of performing this surgery and are hence given various names. The main aim of GBP is to reduce the volume of the stomach and modify the function and response of the stomac ... Read on »
Why You Should Avoid Excess Sugar After Gastric Bypass Surgery by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 Mar 2013 10:00pm Dr. Jeremy Korman As we are well aware, obesity is a national epidemic. Even the U.S. government recognizes it as a disease. However, despite out awareness and the ample supply of “diet” foods on the market, the number of Americans who are overweight or obese is continuing to rise. Until recently, it was believed the consumption of high a ... Read on »