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Obesity is considered a significant cause of illness and increases the risk of serious life-threatening diseases such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, and some types of cancer. Losing weight and maintaining it at a healthy level is the best way to reduce the risk of all of these health conditions. But losing weight can be difficult for those who are very obese and a bariatric operation can

Nowadays number of women undergoing weight-loss surgery is increasing, and more over women of childbearing age(women who are planning for pregnancy) are also undergoing this surgery. Is it safe or even possible to get pregnant after that? What is the waiting period? Are there any precautions you need to take to ensure a healthy pregnancy and childbirth after surgery? Weight loss surgery is becoming increasingly popular in India because of its

Obese people often suffer from serious health problems and have higher chances of heart attack, stroke, diabetes and even cancer. Weight loss surgery can save the lives of severely obese people, who cannot lose weight with healthy lifestyle changes. Doctors recommend weight loss surgery for those people whose Body Mass Index (BMI) is 40 or more and also in patients who have serious health problems associated with obesity. Obesity leads

Obesity is not just about your appearance. Perhaps most importantly, obesity can cause serious health problems, including diabetes, heart disease, stroke, arthritis, and some cancers. It is also an obstacle to enjoying a happy and free life with your family. Although many people do not recognize it, obesity is a complex, chronic disease that needs weight management, medical, or surgical treatment. Bariatric surgery is considered as one of the most