As kids, we were “potty trained” and had training wheels put on our bikes. Now, we may train at the gym or undergo training for a new job. Some expectant mothers train for birth by taking a Lamaze class. We do all of this in order to prepare and achieve the best outcome possible.
Gastric bypass surgery is about more than just losing weight. In some cases, especially for people who are morbidly obese, it can save their lives. Rosie O’Donnell is a perfect example. She says she tried so many different diets to lose weight and was hesitant about going the surgical route. But ultimately, it was a heart attack that nearly killed her and prompted her to undergo gastric bypass surgery. But like any treatment, there can be side effects.
Many people think that the hardest part about surgery is the operation itself. However, what happens after the operation (post-operative health) is just as important in evaluating whether your operation is considered a “success” or not.
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