According to Denise Mann for WebMD, gastric bypass surgery causes patients to change their eating habits permanently. This usually entails consuming several small meals every day and strictly pacing the intake of food to... More »

The Mayo Clinic recommends a four-phase diet after gastric bypass surgery. The first phase is comprised only of liquids such as broth, unsweetened juice, milk and strained cream soup. The second consists of pureed foods ... More »

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The key to managing the symptoms caused by gastric bypass surgery is to eat a nutritious and balanced diet full of high quality proteins and minerals such as iron, calcium, vitamin D and vitamin B 12. It is important to ... More »

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A blood clot in the legs or lung, infection in the incision, or a leak from the stomach into the abdominal cavity or location where the intestine is connected resulting in peritonitis, are risks of gastric bypass surgery... More »

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Before financing weight loss surgeries, such as gastric bypass, insurance companies generally require patients to provide documentation of weight-related health issues and proof of participation in a doctor-supervised we... More »

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The amount of time it takes to recover from gastric bypass surgery depends on the patient's health and the type of surgery performed. Normal recovery times vary from two to six weeks before patients are able to get back ... More »

www.reference.com Health Conditions & Diseases Gastrointestinal Issues

Possible dangers of gastric bypass surgery include wound infections, ulcers, food intolerance, bleeding and digestive problems, states Mayo Clinic. Around 1 to 5 percent of people may develop serious complications, such ... More »

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