Bariatric Surgery - Houston, Texas (TX)

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Houston Gastric Bypass Surgery

Many men and women choose gastric bypass surgery in Houston for its safety and fewer complications. Gastric bypass surgery offers long-term weight loss results and changes in lifestyle. In this procedure, the Houston bariatric surgeons seal the stomach and create a small pouch. The pouch is then separated from the stomach and attached to the small intestine. This is done to allow food to bypass the first section of your small intestine, which limits calorie absorption.

About Houston Gastric Bypass Surgery

In Houston, gastric bypass surgery reduces the size of your stomach pouch to the size of a walnut or small egg. Food will bypass portions of your small intestine, which means the foods you eat will be limited and you will be required to follow a diet. With the help of your surgeon and a registered dietician, you will learn about which foods to consume or to avoid, in order to achieve long-term weight loss success.

Other Bariatric Surgery Options

Your bariatric surgeon is the best source to turn to for advice and recommendations about which surgery options are right for you. Your surgeon can also assess if you make a good candidate for bariatric surgery, as well as provide you with information about the following types of gastric bypass surgery in Houston:

  • Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass
  • Duodenal Switch
  • Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy

Gastric Bypass: Next Steps

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