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Gastric Bypass vs. Gastric Sleeve: Which is Best for You?

Bariatric procedures such as gastric bypass and gastric sleeve can help in weight loss.
For those who suffer from obesity and have not found success with diets and exercise, these are the best options.
Considering the fact that both gastric bypass and gastric sleeve procedures have individual risks and benefits, they are very different from one another. Deciding between a gastric sleeve and a gastric bypass can be advised by Clinic Wise’s surgeons, and our medical professionals in Istanbul, Turkey. Whichever surgical treatment you decide on, you can be sure it will be performed expertly.

Understand the Distinction Between a Gastric Sleeve and A Gastric Bypass

By constructing a tiny pouch from your stomach tissue and attaching it to your small intestine, Dr. Fırat Tutal redirects your gastrointestinal tract in a gastric bypass treatment. Your body absorbs less food as a result of this since food can pass through your stomach.
According to some research, in the first 18 months following surgery, you might lose anywhere from 60% to 80% of the weight you are trying to lose.

Benefits of Gastric Sleeve or Gastric Bypass Surgery

Bariatric surgeries treat high blood pressure, diabetes, sleep apnea, and other obesity-related medical conditions in addition to helping with weight loss.

Gastric Bypass vs. Gastric Sleeve: Which One Is Best for You?

Dr. Tutal is highly qualified to assist you in negotiating your surgical options and deciding whether a gastric sleeve or bypass is best for you.
A gastric bypass may be more effective for weight loss in those with high BMIs (>50). Patients who suffer from severe gastro-esophageal reflux disease (GERD) or acid reflux, or who are diabetics on insulin, may also benefit more from a gastric bypass. However, patients with severe heart, lung, or renal illness who are at high risk for medical complications from surgery may benefit more from the gastric sleeve because it requires less time under anesthesia to complete the surgical procedure.
In the gastric sleeve procedure, there is no absorption restriction. 70-80% of the stomach capacity is removed and food intake – calorie intake is reduced.

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