Looking into weight loss surgery and deciding to get it is exciting. You are probably happy about the prospect of getting your weight under control for the first time in years, if not ever, and you are probably eager to make progress your journey. Unfortunately, you may find that some of your family members
GUEST POST: I am currently in Rio de Janeiro, speaking at the 21st World Congress of the International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity & Metabolic Disorders – IFSO 2016. As Lee Kaplan from Harvard University reminded the audience, obesity is a disease of energy homeostasis, where everything seems to be
It does appear, and now it has been confirmed, that there has been an increase in revisions after bariatric surgery. Why? How many? What have been the outcomes? How can we prevent poor outcomes? These questions and are more were discussed at a recent obesity summit. It’s important that we look at failed outcomes
Following on from our previous features on the gastric sleeve (see here and here) often the next question most patients ask is how much weight will I lose, how fast and when will I see the results? Here are some answers ….
Can you stretch your new sleeved stomach after surgery? A question that is frequently asked and addressed in this guest blog …