NEW PRODUCT! As regular visitors will know we don’t have a huge range of products on the website – just a select few that we think really will help those who are considering or those who have had WLS. So when we find a new one to stock we make a bit of a song
Do you jump on the scales every day or even more than once a day? Is your whole day dictated by the number on the dial? Then maybe it’s time to step off, step back and look at some other ways to record your progress. Here are ways to measure success that go beyond
GUEST POST: If you’re a bariatric patient, you’ve probably heard the “NO NSAIDS” mantra. When you ask “why not?”, the general response is “they can cause ulcers” or something along those lines. Which is true… but do you know why that is? It’s not that I didn’t believe it, but I never understood why that would be.
I have many conversations with patients (pre and post-surgery) and the professionals who advise them. Many have frustrations about the realities of WLS and often about some of the taboos that often aren’t openly discussed when surgery is explored in the first place or when problems are encountered further down the line. One such expert
Regain … a short but mean little word that strikes fear into the heart of every WLS patient! Little wonder when there are such big things at stake after surgery. Every patient wonders if the op will work for them, will the weight come back, will it come back with additional ‘friends’ and is