Aspirin or other pain medications can increase the chances of bleeding.Be sure to take only medications that your doctor has recommended you. Weight loss surgery can be difficult emotionally because it must adapt to new eating habits and a new body in the process of change. Perhaps you feel especially tired during the month following surgery. Exercise and attendance at meetings a support group surgery may be beneficial in that period.Notify your doctor of any of the following boxes: fever or chills redness, swelling or bleeding or other drainage incision-increase in pain in the area of the incision after gastric bypass surgery, is likely that your doctor will give you additional or alternate instructions depending on your situation. What risks could have? Just as in any surgical procedure, complications can arise, however the risks of this surgery generally are minor to leave the morbid obesity without trying. Some possible complications include, inter alia, the following: clots of blood ulcer hemorrhagic pneumonia infections gallstones with Roux-en-Y gastric bypass procedures, malabsortivos symptoms can be more severe, and can produce an increased risk of anemia and loss of fat-soluble vitamins (vitamins A, D, E, and K).

It is possible that adequate amounts of iron, calcium and vitamin B12 is not absorbed. For even more details, read what McDougall Program says on the issue. This can cause metabolic osteopathy and osteoporosis stomach stenosis occurs when there is a stenosis (narrowing) of the opening between the stomach and the intestine after a Roux-en-Y procedure. When this happens, it is possible to cause vomiting after eating and sometimes after drinking. Stomach stenosis can be treated easily, but should be immediately.In addition, with these procedures, the chances that occur because of dumping (or dumping) syndrome a travelling food from the stomach to the intestines quickly. Symptoms can include nausea, sweating, fainting, weakness and diarrhea.

There is the risk that the patient needed another surgery because of complications, including gallstones. One of the most serious complications of gastric bypass is a stomach spill causing peritonitis. Peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, the soft membrane lining the cavity of the abdomen. The obesity Institute, directed by Dr. Adelardo Caballero, has over 34 years practicing surgical treatments of obesity surgery.