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Bariatric surgery aims to cause significant weight loss in a relatively short period. People who are not satisfied with bariatric surgery initially often wonder if they can have  re -do bariatric surgeries if they regain weight? Patients who identify with this problem can meet Dr Venu Gopal Pareek to coordinate revised weight-loss operations, achieve the desired results, and ensure affordable and safe care. What is Bariatric Surgery? Bariatric surgery is an operation that

An increasing number of studies suggest that the answer to the question "Can Bariatric Surgery Control Diabetes Mellitus?" maybe is a yes. In many cases, bariatric surgery is an effective tool for people with type 2 diabetes. To be clear, diabetes is not well understood, and medical science cannot claim a permanent "cure." The goal is to put diabetes into remission. Remission means a return to normal blood sugar levels

Some people need the most aggressive options for bariatric surgery to achieve their weight loss goals. In these cases, the most common option is the Single anastomosis duodeno Ileal  bypass (SADI) surgery. It offers very high weight loss with fewer side effects than the older duodenal switch surgery. Patients with excessive body mass index (BMI) have other surgical alternatives at Sunshine Hospital. Dr Venu Gopal Pareek and his bariatric staff are

Losing weight can be challenging, but diet and exercise alone may not be enough for significantly overweight individuals. The vertical gastric sleeve reduces stomach size and helps people with obesity to lose weight and improve their health. Doctors may perform vertical sleeve revision to gastric bypass surgery if your basic VSG procedure does not produce the desired weight loss. In most cases, the patient may not follow dietary guidelines after surgery,

The word "bariatric" comes from the Greek "baros", meaning "weight", and "iatrikos", meaning "medicine". Bariatric surgery is a surgical procedure performed on the digestive system to aid weight loss in obese people. Weight loss surgery is recommended for severely obese patients (body mass index [BMI] over 40) when other weight-loss strategies such as diet management, exercise, etc., fail. It is also recommended for severely obese patients with rheumatic joint disease that