There are some strange side effects after weight loss surgery. One of those strange and unexpected side effects is bad breath. It is more common in people with Gastric Bypass, but it can occur with any type of surgery. There are many different reasons why it happens such as dehydration, stasis of food within the stomach, and ketosis. It can be challenging to deal with bad breath after weight loss surgery because it really affects with your self-esteem.
Congratulations! You are pregnant after weight loss surgery. This is such an exciting time in your life, but it can feel terrifying because your body is different than the average pregnant woman. You aren’t able to take in as much food, which can increase your chances of getting deficient. This is an issue all bariatric patients have to worry about, but now as a pregnant bariatric patient it is an even bigger concern. So, here are some tips to help ensure you have a healthy pregnancy after weight loss surgery.
After weight loss surgery, your diet is completely different. No matter what type of bariatric surgery you have, your stomach and the way you digest food has changed. Since your anatomy has changed, you must make changes with the foods you eat. You have just had surgery and your stomach needs time to heal. Due to this, your surgeon will put you on a specific post-op diet to gradually put foods back into your diet. It is crucial that you follow this diet so you don’t get sick or hurt yourself. Eating foods too soon can damage your new stomach.
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