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Will the scaring be big?
In general, there is a minimal scaring. In Laparoscopic surgery, a long incision is not performed. Instead, the Surgeon makes five small incisions through the upper abdomen and these are closed, either with surgical glue or soluble staples. Scars are usually healed in two or three weeks, and their appearance fade away with time.
What can I eat after the surgery?
Patients must follow a liquid diet for two weeks to protect the stomach and maximize the recovery. Your Doctor will work with you to establish a specific diet guideline, taking in account the different physical and health conditions of each patient.
What does Laparoscopic Surgery mean?
While conventional surgery is carried out through a long incision, laparoscopic surgery (also known as “Keyhole”) requires a series of small incisions (5-15mm) through the abdomen. The Surgeon inserts a thin camera and instruments through them, being able to complete the surgery externally.
Can my current medical problems affect my weight loss surgery?
Certain existing medical conditions may improve after weight loss surgery including GERD, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, high cholesterol or Type 2 Diabetes.
It is important that you report your current medical conditions to your Doctor before the surgery, who will advise you specifically about your case.
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