Most patients feel magical after Bariatric Surgery. Most or all of the excess weight gone. You fit into regular sized clothes. Daily activities are so much more fun. You start doing things you never thought you could; for example- running a marathon.
Bariatric surgery reduces not only the incidence of overall cancer in obese women, as has been previously reported, but also the risk for female-specific cancers- as highlighted by a recent medscape news article by quoting a reputed Swedish study.
Overeating is as addictive as smoking or alcoholism. A difficult psychological habit to break.
New-found weight loss success after Bariatric Surgery may tempt patients to slowly indulge in overeating, making them believe that a small extra portion of kulfi or kheer is not going to matter. But it matters in the long run.
BLiSS (Bariatric Leadership in Surgical Skills) Gastric Bypass MasterClass , 30 June and 1 July 2017, Organized by Dr Manish Khaitan Director, NObesity Center for Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery Coumbia Asia Hospital, Ahmedabad