Weight Loss Surgery - Everything You Wanted To Know - Before and After by Michelle Border

Weight Loss Surgery book describing what happens before and after the surgery

Weight loss surgery - everything you wanted to know - before and after

Have you been thinking about having weight loss surgery, but you just aren't sure? Do you have a lot of questions, but you just don't know where to get answers? In the new book, Weight Loss Surgery Before and After Everything You Wanted To Know, you will finally get all of your questions answered, without having to go in for an expensive consultation with a doctor. 

In this book you will find:

-What happens during weight loss surgery
-Who is the ideal candidate for weight loss surgery
-Types of weight loss surgery
-Preparing for surgery
-What to expect after your surgery
And so much more! 

Weight Loss Surgery Before andnAfter is the definitive guide for leading you through the confusing web of bariatric surgeries.

Genre: HEALTH & FITNESS / Weight Loss

Language: English

Keywords: weight loss surgery, bariatric surgery, weight loss

Word Count: 5202

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It is Listed on Amazon with a sales rank of 920 on health, fitness and dieting category

Sample text:

On the day of your procedure and those leading up to it, your surgeon will provide very specific steps for you to take in order to prepare for surgery. Follow them. In most cases, after coming out of the procedure, you will be very tired and sore. Most people complain if significant soreness but pain medications will be available.

You will likely spend at least one day in the hospital if you are having gastric banding procedures. If you are having a more invasive procedure, then you will likely spend two to three days in the hospital after the procedure. The length of time depends greatly on how you respond to the treatment and if there are any problems that occur before or after the procedure.

Your First Meals

The initial day of the surgery, you will be hooked up to IV bags that contain a sugar solution. This will keep you hydrated and give your body any fuel it needs to have during those initial hours. Most people will not be given anything else for that initial day.

Most often, you will only be able to drink a few sips of water at a time and usually no more than 30 cc per hour. You will also need to be up and moving. This stimulates the gastro system and also reduces the risk of blood clots.

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