It is better to postpone pregnancy for 8-12 months after the operation in order to give your body sufficient time to gain health, strength and vitality. However, there are absolutely no risks when it comes to pregnancy.
No. the procedure should not affect the baby’s health; meanwhile, it’s ideal to have regular check-ups with your nutritionist throughout your pregnancy to make sure you’re following a healthy diet.
Most probably, yes. Hair loss is directly proportional to weight loss, meaning that when you lose weight, you'll lose hair. Taking some essential vitamins will reduce hair loss, but eventually when you reach the ideal weight, you will stop losing hair.
Of course. However, vitamins intake should be monitored until you reach the ideal weight for your body and you are able to restore strength.
If you're talking about Egypt, the answer is no, but some costs get covered by insurance and others don’t. You are required to do sufficient research prior to the surgery.
A proper diet is extremely important after the operation, having said this, it should be under the complete supervision of your doctor and a specialized nutritionist.
Pills should be crushed for the 45 days following the operation, unlike capsules, which could be only taken with a half glass of juice.
Of course, bariatric surgery does not only reduce weight, but it also has positive effects on other diseases the patient may suffer from; these include metabolic disorders such as diabetes, hypertension, hyper cholesterol and excess body fat with a remission rate 75 _84 %
Definitely. An improvement starts within 1-2 months and could be detected in regular blood tests. Bariatric surgeries have a remarkable track record when it comes to curing "metabolic disorders", including high cholesterol.
Definitely, the patient is completely cured from dyspnea. Dr. Osama, the anesthesiologist, will perform a number of breathing tests prior to the surgery. This helps in choosing the time that best suits the patient’s case.