Bariatric

What is Bariatric Surgery?

Bariatric surgery is an effective way to lose weight. Surgery changes the messages that go from your stomach to your brain and resets your set point to a healthier (lower) level.

After surgery, the body stops fighting the efforts to lose weight. In fact, the body starts to send messages that reduce appetite, increase feelings of fullness, and cause the person to choose healthier foods. Surgery also boosts metabolism so you burn more fat instead of storing it. All this leads to weight loss.

Do you Need this Surgery?

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If you want to lose your excess weight, bariatric surgery may be an option for you. Usually BMI*, or Body Mass Index, is the main factor that decides eligibility for this surgery.
The following are the BMI criteria for surgery:1

  • A BMI greater than 37.5 kg/m2
  • Ora BMI greater than 32.5 kg/m2 with obesity-related conditions
  • Unable to lose weight by weight loss methods
  • Between 18 and 65 years of age

If you do fulfil these criteria, consult a bariatric surgeon to know more.

What is the cost of Bariatric Surgery
at Nayati Medicity Mathura?

COST

1.25 Lakh

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Experience of
Over 2000 Bariatric Surgery

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Myths & Doubts about the surgery

Myth: Will I ever be able to lose weight?

Myth: Will I ever be able to lose weight?

The only solution we have been hearing for weight loss is diet, which sadly never really works in a bigger picture. You might lose weight after following a diet for long enough time but you regain weight as soon as you get relaxed about it. It is not just overeating or laziness that is contributing to the fact that you have excess fat; some things are beyond our ability to control. Bariatric surgery comes to your rescue in such cases. It not only make your stomach full in small portions of food but also gives you the right amount of calories to keep you going.

Myth: Is Obesity a disease or just a normal lifestyle preference?

Myth: Is Obesity a disease or just a normal lifestyle preference?

Since the advancement in the field of medicine, we have identified a number of harmful effects caused by being overweight or obese. It keeps you at a risk of diseases like Heart Attack, High Blood Pressure, Sleep Apnea, Breathing problems, Diabetes, Fatty liver, Bone and joint pain, osteoarthritis, spondylitis.

Myth: It is going to cost me a fortune to get the surgery done?

Myth: It is going to cost me a fortune to get the surgery done?

Serious conditions like Sleep Apnea, Diabetes, Joint pains cost more in terms of expenditure on medicines, doctor/hospital visits and taking care of it. Anything that makes you free from all your health troubles and you can lead a normal life like other; comparative it doesn’t cost you anything.

Doubt: Will I have a restricted diet after the surgery?

Doubt: Will I have a restricted diet after the surgery?

This question I am not sure of as I am getting multiple results on Google. All articles are saying a different thing. If we can ask the doctor about it will be better.

Doubt: Is bariatric surgery a safe option for losing weight?

Doubt: Is bariatric surgery a safe option for losing weight?

The risk of bariatric surgery is the same as that of some of the most commonly performed surgeries. As with any surgical procedure, there can be potential risks and complications that can occur with surgery. These complications may rarely occur, but it is important to know all the information before making a decision. Some of the risks associated with bariatric surgery are Hernia of abdomen, Chest pain, Collapsed lung – space between chest & lung fills with air, Constipation or diarrhea, Dehydration, Enlarged heart, Gallstones, inflammation of the gallbladder, Swelling in stomach or intestine, Stoma block – the small opening between the upper and lower, stomach pouches develops a block, Stretching of the stomach, Vomiting and nausea, Consult a bariatric surgeon to know more about the risks of surgery.

Doubt: How will this surgery change my life?

Doubt: How will this surgery change my life?

Bariatric surgery is undoubtedly good for your physical health lowering your risks of being a host of diseases. It also boosts your self-esteem having achieved the weight you always wanted.

Doubt: What are the chances that bariatric surgery will help in my case?

Doubt: What are the chances that bariatric surgery will help in my case?

The longer you have had the disease the longer it will take for an individual to achieve a full reversal. Pre-diabetes patients have better chances at it. Patients with severe diabetes, those who take insulin, have lower remission rates than those who only take oral medications.

Doubt: Can it be a permanent treatment for type II Diabetes?

Doubt: Can it be a permanent treatment for type II Diabetes?

Having said that bariatric surgery puts you off your medication for type 2 diabetes, let’s see how it does what it does.

Bariatric surgery has proved to be one of the most effective ways for obese patients to lose significant body weight. Bypassing or removing part of the stomach immediately impacts the way glucose is processed in the digestive system which is essential to keep your blood sugar levels under check in case of type II diabetes. It bypasses the food directly to the lower intestine producing glucagon-like peptide which increases insulin production in the body.

Long-term studies show that even in the cases where patients don’t achieve remission; their glucose levels are lower than those who don’t undergo surgery.