Thinking about a gastric bypass in the Philippines? If you’re seriously considering a bypass then you must be looking at taking some drastic action over your weight problem.
Sure - everyone wants to look good - but carrying so much extra weight is more an issue about your health. It places a real strain on your heart, as well as being a cause of other problems such as diabetes.
Doctors recommend a gastric bypass to those patients who are unable to control their weight by following diet plans and heavy exercise. The treatment is equally common among men and women around the globe and there a lot of success stories which tell us that it can help you to change your life around.
The gastric bypass can bring a positive change in your life by helping you in losing weight. However, if you are grossly overweight you may have to think carefully before you plan a trip overseas as traveling can bring about other problems, for example whether you can fit into an airline seat comfortably for several hours, and whether the risk of deep vein thrombosis is a factor you should consider?
If you decide that a trip to the Philippines is viable, you’ll find highly skilled and qualified professionals who are affiliated with relevant international medical associations offering discreet and sympathetic services. Getting a gastric bypass in the Philippines gives you the opportunity to take advantage of the high standards of health services for much lower prices as compared to the cost of the same treatment back home.
At Medical Departures we recommend only those clinics we would be happy to go to ourselves. We do our own background checks, including onsite visits, verification of professional credentials and collation of real patient reviews.
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The gastric bypass is a major surgery. A patient seeking this treatment needs to meet the suitability criteria to avoid post-surgical complications. An overweight person who is not suffering from any major disease such as diabetes or heart ailments can be a suitable candidate for gastric bypass.
The main goal of gastric bypass treatment is to limit the absorption of nutrients by the body. This goal is achieved by reducing the size of stomach and the path of food is also altered in the digestive tract to control the absorption of nutrients. After getting a gastric bypass, a patient feels full by eating less food, which inevitably helps in losing weight.
As the surgery involves changing the physical features of the stomach and digestive tract – the surgery is conducted under the effect of anesthesia.
The gastric bypass surgery is completed in two to three hours. Patients are advised to eat soft food and avoid any activity that may put pressure on the wounds for a couple of days after the surgery. Adhering to your doctor’s advice helps in getting desired results without any post-surgical complications.
It may take several months before you start to feel yourself again after the surgery - it is a major lifestyle change and your you and your body will have to get used to doing things differently. It isn’t unusual to find your mood fluctuating for the first couple of months, but this will settle down as you lose weight and start to see the benefits of your decision.
You can save thousands by getting a gastric bypass in the Philippines compared to at home as prices are usually 50% lower.
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