Weight loss surgery with gastric bypass
In this type of surgery, the surgeon cuts the first part of your stomach, and the tube that carries the food into the stomach instead of the stomach directly feeds into your small intestine. This will eliminate the amount of food stored in your stomach and make you eat more and less satiated.
However, in addition to not feeling hungry, it also disrupts food absorption. Complications of this type of operation include poor nutrition or malnutrition, lack of absorption of vitamins, and abnormal vitamin B12 and D deficiency, as well as the possibility of dumping syndrome requiring secondary surgery for hernia and gallbladder.
In this surgical procedure for weight loss, the upper part of the stomach is closed using an adjustable device. This will help your stomach consume less food and reduce your hunger. This band can be adjusted through a skin device that is placed on the breast during operation.