First, the assessment and advice by an expert who can tell you if you are a candidate. If you are eligible, the second step is to find out which procedure would be most suitable for your case, as every situation is different.

It is paramount that the doctor is a certified bariatric surgeon and that he/she collaborates with a multidisciplinary team that will give you the appropriate follow-up.
You are always in the best hands, but there are expected symptoms to each phase of the process. Before each phase you will be fully informed so you will not be taken by surprise.

Each member of the team covers a different need, it is important that you really know who will be in charge of what, so that any doubts you may have can be directed to each specialist. All of them also share the same goal: to improve your quality of life!

It has been proven that very restrictive diets are not effective for weight loss. At the same time since each patient is different our diets are focused according to the recovery of the procedure you are going to have; a personalized approach is vital to reach the transformation we want to achieve.

No. Bypass is a procedure that causes malabsorption, but with proper advice and follow-up it will not cause malnutrition at any point in time.

Losing weight always helps to reduce the risk of complications during surgery, so it is a preferred step as preparation for surgery. This is part of the whole process and you can count on our professional guidance to help you achieve your goals step by step.
We look at this on a case-by-case basis, if supplementation is required than more often than not we can

Yes. Apart from the fact that the programmes we manage are to improve your general quality of life, in all bariatric surgeries the complications increase if you do not stop smoking.

Yes, there is a high probability that you can stop taking medication to control your glucose..
There is not a one-size-fits-all solution. The procedure should always be accompanied by assessment to find out which procedure is best for a person.
As these are minimally invasive procedures, post-surgical recovery is only 24 to 48 hours. After 4 to 5 days more you should no longer have any discomfort so in almost all cases you can travel after just a few days of your operation.
It is when part or all of the lost weight is regained. If this would happen it is necessary to re-evaluate what the cause was.


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