How to Manage Weight After Bariatric Surgery?by Rahul Tyagi Team Leader
Many treatments are provided for the problem of obesity. Nowadays, surgical solutions are also gaining popularity. Many sorts of surgeries are provided by renowned institutions of a weight loss surgery in India, they curate plan as per the requirement of the patient and his/ her general well being so that the desired change can be brought in. All the surgeries which are provided for weight loss are termed as bariatric surgery, in India, there are usually four types of bariatric surgery which are offered namely, laparoscopic adjustable gastric band, gastric sleeve surgery, (also termed as sleeve gastrectomy), gastric bypass, and biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch.
The bariatric surgery in India is performed with high-end precision techniques and utmost expertise so that no risk of complication has to be observed in the case later. Plus, for a bariatric surgery to be successful it is of importance to follow the guidelines of the recovery program as stated by the doctors. The post-bariatric surgery care is of considerable value because to maintain the right weight post surgery, a strict diet plan has to be followed with various lifestyle modifications and intake of specific supplement for few days so that up the health of the patient is maintained and the results are also positive. Extended-release medications and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) should be avoided because they can cause ulcers. The medications prescribed by the doctors are provided for relieving the patient from potential chances of ulcers and gallstones and thus, the prescription should be religiously followed.
Many sorts of medication and supplements are provided for a life-long basis to a balance the amount of nutrition which is required by the body. Multivitamins with a minimum of 18 mg of iron, 400 mcg of folic acid and components of selenium, copper and zinc, should be eaten daily. The doctors recommend intake of 1,200 to 2,000 mg of calcium daily to boost the condition of the bones. 800 to 1,000 international units (IUs) of Vitamin D and 500 mcg of vitamin B should be taken daily.
For maintenance of weight, the patient should not exceed the limit of calories as prescribed by the doctors usually 400 to 900 calories are allowed for a year post surgery and the limit should never cross 1000 calories per day. A well-curated plan of exercise is provided to the patient which has exercise routines for every day.
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