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Brief about Weight Loss Surgeries

Posted by 1300weightloss1 on April 1, 2010

Going for a weight loss surgery is one of the plenty of option to remove unwanted fats off your body instantly – However, does going for weight loss surgeries prevent you from putting on weight again? Let’s find out.

These weight loss surgeries are classified by health experts worldwide as a “major surgery”. As such, it is imperative for someone who wishes to undergo a weight loss surgery to remove extra fats from his or her body to meticulously analyze his or her situation, conduct thorough research about the whole process, & analyze whether or not weight loss surgery is the ultimate choice for his or her psychological condition before making this decision.

Generally, the whole weight loss surgery is said to be successful if after the whole surgery, the patient managed to lose over 50% of their extra body fat & also be able to maintain this condition (& not gain any more weight) for the next four years or even more.

It is also important that, before someone even think about undergoing any weight loss surgeries, call on the health experts such as a psychiatrist & dietician for psychological advices on long term goals after the whole operation.

However, on the average, someone who undergoes a weight loss surgery will be able to lose between 30% & 50% of extra body fats during the first four months after the surgery &, within a year after the operation, the patient has the potential to lose up to 77% of their extra body fat. On top of that, they’ll also be able to maintain a continuous weight loss of up to 50% to 60% in the next 10 to 14 years after surgery.

One more thing for someone who is thinking about to undergo a weight loss surgery to lose unwanted fats to note is that the actual weight that will be lost with every surgery is heavily reliant on the following:

a. Weight of patient before surgery.

b. Surgical procedures taken.

d. Patient’s ability to exercise.

c. Patient’s age.

e. Overall health condition of the patient.

f. Dogged determination to maintain the necessary follow-up nurture

g. Enthusiasm to succeed.

I hope this news story will be able to help you make better decisions as to whether you’ll like to go for a weight loss surgery to lose weight.

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