Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Gastric Bypass surgery is also known as Bariatric Surgery or weight-loss surgery. It is a surgical procedure that helps you lose weight by changing how your stomach and small intestine handle the food you eat.
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Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Unread post by Amelia » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:00 pm

Gastric bypass surgery has become a popular option for obese people who want to shed pounds quickly, but diabetics also have something to gain from the procedure: the surgery can resolve type 2 diabetes.

Bariatric surgery, formerly used only for treating obesity, is now being explored as a cure for type 2 diabetes not only in obese patients but also in normal weight or moderately overweight people.

A recent study on over 20,000 patients showed that 84 percent who underwent Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (RYGB) experienced complete reversal of their type 2 diabetes. Rapid improvement in blood sugars and reduction or elimination of diabetic medications is often seen within the immediate period following bariatric surgery, even before significant weight loss

While the number of diabetic patients needing medical therapy with oral hypoglycemics or insulin reaches almost 90 percent over time, the need for medical management falls to less than 8 percent among those who have gastric bypass. These results are typically persistent for rest of the life, as long as normal body weight is sustained. Resolution of diabetes is measured by normalized fasting blood sugar and glycosylated hemoglobin (HgA1C) concentrations. Some studies show that every 1 percent drop in HbA1C causes a relative reduction of long-term complications of diabetes by 25 to 45 percent.

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Re: Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Unread post by Dimas » Wed Sep 05, 2018 3:18 pm

Thanks for information

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Smart Lipo Full Back/Flanks

Unread post by Evelyn » Tue Mar 12, 2019 3:59 pm

I’ve been wanting to get Lipo done for the last two years since having my daughter in 2015. I gained 80lbs while pregnant and haven’t been able to loose it all. I’m young - only 24 years old and my body is deff NOT like many other females my age. I have stretch marks and extra fat. I’ve always had a super “boxy” shape with my love handles being prominent. I finally decided to take the plunge and schedule my consultation and then procedure!!! My doctor suggested the smart (awake) Lipo to be done in 2 sessions with a main focus on my back and flanks as i do have excess skin on my stomach and did not want to go through with a tummy tuck as I’m young and want more kids in the future. My best results are going to be on my back/flanks. The first session was my back/flanks and the next session would be my upper and lower stomach (to be scheduled at a later time).

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Re: Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Unread post by Camila » Fri Mar 22, 2019 12:11 pm

Thank you for paying it forward and sharing your experience. What advice would you give to anyone considering this procedure?

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Re: Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Unread post by Riley » Thu Mar 28, 2019 4:14 pm

Hi, thank you for sharing. I can definitely see the difference. How was it for you?

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Re: Gastric Bypass Surgery Cure Type 2 Diabetes

Unread post by Layla Smith » Sat Apr 06, 2019 2:26 pm

I’m doing a bbl with him

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Procedure/Post Op Day 1

Unread post by Nora Jones » Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:13 pm

The morning of my procedure i was given pain medication, anxiety medication, and antibiotics, maybe something else as well i just can’t remember? It began with me undressing and the nurse washing my body w/ an antibacterial fluid. Then the DR came in and marked me up and took some before pics. When i got into the room i laid down on the table and he used a needle to numb the small spots where the incisions would be made. That part stung a tiny bit. After that he uses the numbing cannula and began numbing the parts he would be working. This was NOT fun. There were points that were seriously painful during the numbing process. I could feel the cannula pushing through under the skin and hitting areas. Thankfully it did work in numbing because next he took the laser cannula to melt the fat. This was fairly painless. Just a few pokes and stings in certain areas. If it was intolerable in a certain area he would stop and add a wider range of numbing fluid. The areas by my ribs and near my arm pits and bra lines were the worst. After melting the fat he used the suctioning cannula to suck it all out!! This was a similar experience to the laser cannula and anytime i felt intolerable pain he would stop and add more numbing fluid. The procedure took about 2 hours and he harvested two full canisters of fat. I’ll add pics in another post. The nurse cleaned me off and helped to fit me into the compression garment and i was on my way!! Most of the rest of the day i felt fine and didn’t need to take the pain med until about 4pm when i started to get very sore. I could not get comfortable to sleep and had to sleep on my stomach but it was hard to move my body weight with my arms as under/behind my armpits there are incisions. The leaking wasn’t extreme either. I had towels laid out on my couch and bed. I need to wear the compression garment 24 hrs the first 3 days so won’t be able to see my results until Thursday unfortunately. But just peaking under it i am badly bruised (black and blue). Today i am struggling to bend over or move my arms up but walking around is fine. Super super sore but not in excruciating pain!

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