As a weight loss surgery patient, you will find that it is extremely important to be surrounded by healthy minded individuals. It can be really easy to fall off the wagon if you don’t have the right support system motivating you. One of the hardest things to overcome after bariatric surgery is trying to make healthy changes when your partner or someone you spend a significant amount of time with does not want to make those healthy changes as well.
Weight loss is a beautiful thing. More than likely your confidence is going up and your feeling healthier and better about yourself. When you experience weight loss through bariatric surgery, it can happen faster than usual. This can be tricky for your brain to keep up. You might be dropping pounds like crazy, but your brain might not recognize those differences in the mirror. So, what do you do?
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.
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