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gastric bypass is one of the weight loss surgery in Iran methods that IranMedopia provides for its customers worldwide. In this surgery, the doctor changes the way the body digests food and causes weight loss. After gastric bypass in Iran, food will not enter the certain stomach and small intestine parts responsible for absorbing food. As a result, the body won't receive all the calories from food, resulting in weight loss. IranMedopia provides gastric bypass in Iran packages at the best price with the most skilled and trustworthy surgeons to help you reach your dream body easily and fast.
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Gastric Bypass is one of the most popular slimming surgery methods. But not only Iranians but many patients from around the world travel here for this surgery. But why Iran? Gastric Bypass surgery is cheap because of the worth of the Iranian Rial. So you can do this surgery with the best surgeons and in advanced hospitals and clinics. Also, we, in IranMedopia, provide your medical Iran visa, Flight ticket from/to Iran, and accommodation in Iran hotels and hostels. All you have to do is contact our experts to help you book the best packages for you.
What is gastric bypass surgery?
Gastric bypass is a type of laparoscopic surgery. This operation is done to lose weight and lose weight effectively in people who have morbid obesity. (People with a body mass index or BMI of 40 or higher are obese. The best way to lose weight is through weight loss surgery.)
During this operation, a slimming surgeon changes and shortens the passage of food from the esophagus to the intestine. For this reason, this method is called bypass (shortcut). The surgeon works to reduce the volume of the stomach and the food eaten to enter the intestine without occupying or passing the entire stomach volume. Not only does this cause premature satiety, but most of the excess food eaten enters the intestine directly and is ready to be excreted.
Who can do gastric bypass in Iran?
This operation is not recommended for everyone and is only done for people who have the following conditions:
- People with a body mass index greater than or equal to 40 (or over 100 pounds overweight).
- People with a body mass index greater than or equal to 35 have at least two obesity-related illnesses. These conditions can include conditions such as type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, or heart disease.
- Those who can not reach a healthy weight with diet and exercise.
How is gastric bypass performed?
The main purpose of this operation is to reduce the amount of food and calories received without compromising the absorption of nutrients and nutrients needed by the body. For this purpose, the stomach is divided into two parts a short distance from the cardia valve (where the stomach connects to the esophagus).
Stomach bypass surgery
Make an incision in the stomach and divide the stomach into two parts. At a certain distance from below the cardia, an incision is made around the stomach, and these two parts are completely separated. Then they are sewn with the help of a stapler (a kind of tissue stapler) so that they do not sit.
Bypass a large part of the stomach
The patient now has two stomachs. A tiny stomach looks like a bag, and another stomach is still attached to the twelve, but no food enters it. We remove a large portion of the stomach from the digestive tract by gastric bypass, allowing food to pass through only a small portion of the stomach.
Attach the intestine to the small sac of the stomach
In the next step, the small intestine is cut shortly after the duodenum, and its free end is attached to the end of a small, sac-shaped stomach. Until food enters the intestine from there.
Connecting the free head of the duodenum to the intestine
The free end of the intestine, which is connected to the duodenum, is also connected to the same part of the intestine connected to the stomach so that digestive enzymes enter the intestine from the stomach and duodenum, and the process of absorbing nutrients continues.
Is it possible to gain weight again after gastric bypass surgery?
Many patients have concerns about gastric bypass in Iran, like 'Is gastric bypass surgery reversible?' According to statistics, more than 50% of the patients didn't experience a relapse, and the rest were less than 5% overweight, which is insignificant compared to the preoperative situation. But in any case, if you have had gastric bypass surgery in Iran and are overweight again, you need to consult your doctor.
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Gastric bypass surgery and other weight-loss surgeries can alter the digestive system and limit the amount of food consumed or the absorption of nutrients. Sometimes both combine these effects with helping with weight loss. Gastric bypass in Iran or other weight-loss surgeries are performed when diet and exercise do not work well or the person has serious health problems due to being overweight.
How gastric bypass surgery helps you to lose weight?
gastric bypass surgery helps to lose weight in two ways:
- It reduces the capacity of the stomach (about 85%) and, as a result, the amount of food consumed
- Significantly reduces the secretion of hunger hormones
As we mentioned, there are several other methods besides gastric bypass in Iran in weight loss surgeries, like the gastric sleeve in Iran. Compared to other methods, what distinguished gastric bypass from other methods and mentioned one of the most important benefits of gastric bypass is the maximum weight loss.
The success of this operation is dramatically high. Other advantages of this method include the duration of its implementation and its improvement in the short term. This means that an overweight person is discharged from the hospital after the operation and after three days and can return to work and normal life after a relatively short time.
Another important benefit of gastric bypass in Iran is the lower rate of return of obesity compared to other methods. Of course, we should note that the patient’s behavior after surgery is very effective in the return of obesity. Diet and exercise are two significant issues in post-surgery fitness.
In people obsessed with correction, surgery-induced anorexia is a big help in preventing harmful foods, sweets, and snacks. Gastric bypass in Iran is reversible, unlike some other surgical procedures.
It is very effective in treating the complications of obesity, such as hyperlipidemia and type 2 diabetes. We should say that in diabetic patients, gastric bypass surgery improves about 93% and reduces the problems caused by this disease to a great extent. Obese people with gastroesophageal reflux disease and esophageal dilatation are also highly recommended.
Gastric bypass in Iran steps
Step 1: Before gastric bypass surgery
One month before surgery: Stop taking any hormones, such as birth control pills and hormone replacement therapy. Three weeks before surgery: Daily intake of a multivitamin, vitamin B complex, and iron (325 mg of ferrous sulfate or 65 mg of iron). Consult your doctor before taking any blood thinner.
Two weeks before surgery: Stop taking any herbal, supplement, or anti-inflammatory medication such as aspirin, Dexedrine, aloe, neoprene, Advil, Motrin, and ibuprofen. If you have not stopped consuming caffeinated beverages such as tea, coffee, and soft drinks, it is better to start quitting. (It takes 10 to 14 days for caffeine to be completely removed from the body)
One day before surgery: The day before surgery, the patient must limit their diet to a dilute fluid diet. A dilute liquid diet consists of dilute foods that are either liquid themselves or liquefied at room temperature.
The patient can drink permitted fluids until noon without any restrictions. Allowed liquids include diluted broth (low salt in case of high blood pressure), Diluted juices (apple, cranberry, and grape), Simple fruit-flavored drinks, fruit gelatins, fruit ice-cream or coffee-flavored ice cream (without Caffeine), or tea and coffee substitutes.
If you have diabetes, make sure your fluids are high enough to use blood insulin. Avoid iron supplements. After 3 weeks of surgery, you can resume iron intake.
What should you expect from gastric bypass in Iran?
The Surgeons perform gastric bypass in Iran and other weight-loss surgeries and use general anesthesia for this surgery. This means that you will not be conscious during the surgical procedure.
The characteristics of your surgery depend on your situation, the type of weight loss surgery, and your doctor. Some weight-loss surgeries are performed with traditional large open incisions in the abdomen. Most obesity-related surgeries today are performed laparoscopically.
A laparoscope is a small, tubular surgical instrument equipped with a camera. The laparoscope is inserted into the body through a small incision in the abdomen. A tiny camera at the tip of the laparoscope allows the surgeon to see the inside of the abdomen well.
Laparoscopic surgery can make recovery time faster and shorter, but it is not suitable for everyone. This surgery usually takes a few hours. After gastric bypass in Iran, you will regain consciousness in the recovery room. In this room, technicians check various items. You may be hospitalized for five days.
gastric bypass in Iran FAQ
How long does a gastric bypass operation take?
Gastric bypass varies from 45 minutes to an hour and a half, depending on the person undergoing surgery. But you will be hospitalized for a total of 3 days, and you can return to work within 7 days.
Who is a good candidate for gastric bypass?
Usually, people who are sweet lovers are more suitable for gastric bypass. Because according to the type of operation and absorption disorder that occurs, the calories received from their sweets will be meager.
Can I have a gastric bypass twice?
In some cases, a secondary surgery to repair -or redo- a gastric bypass may be appropriate. But a second surgery has an increased risk of complications, including infection, bleeding, and leaks in the gastrointestinal tract.
How much does gastric bypass cost?
The cost of gastric bypass surgery depends on several factors, including your location, the hospital, the surgeon’s fee, and the type of procedure. See the exact price of each package on our site.
What are the risks of gastric bypass?
Your surgeon will explain all the risks of this procedure in detail. The most common complication is wound infection.
Will you lose your hair after gastric bypass?
You may experience some hair loss after gastric bypass (Between the fourth and eighth months after surgery). The most important way to prevent this is constant protein intake during meals. Most patients experience natural hair re-growth after the initial period of loss.