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How To Take Care Of Yourself After A Gastric Bypass Surgery

By Kerri Stout

Physically speaking, invasive procedures are really a pain. It can also be a pain in some other areas like the after care. Thus, if you are availing this procedure, you have to make sure to think about the after care too. You have to remember your post op requirements so that you do not feel too troubled for getting the gastric bypass surgery in Mexico.

When it comes to the after care tips, the first thing you have to be aware of is the vitamins your body needs. Since you are not allowed to eat as much as you can, then you have to supplement vitamins to ensure that you get the proper nutrition your body needs. There are multivitamins you need to take so that you stay healthy despite the limited food you can eat.

Water is crucial to recuperation. Thus, you have to drink water as much as you can on an everyday basis. This should help you stay hydrated. Even though it might be a bit difficult because technically you have a reduced stomach size, you should still keep yourself hydrated so that you can avoid complications.

Food with high fat and sugar content are not allowed during post op. Thus, you have to stay away from them. The said foot have high calories too and that is highly prohibited when you are recuperating from the invasive procedure. If you just go ahead and take those food, then you will suffer from vomiting and even abdominal cramps immediately.

As you know, water is very crucial for post op. However, take it at the proper time and at a proper amount. If you can, you should avoid drinking water in large amounts in one sitting. Also, avoid doing so before eating and a bit after meal. Try to avoid drinking forty minutes before meals and a bit over twenty minutes after one.

Avoid carbonated or alcoholic drinks. After all, these are drinks that are full of empty calories. They will just upset the new stomach and small intestines that you have. It is not recommended because you will just suffer a lot from it. Ask your doctor to explain thoroughly why carbonated or alcoholic drinks should be avoided.

Do not be afraid to do some light exercises. As soon as you can get up and walk, you should do so. You have to avoid having your muscles stiffen up. Of course, the exercise should not be rigorous. You can start by walking around the yard or the neighborhood. You can build your regimen there.

Your body is your boss. Thus, you need to listen to it. Only eat food when you are actually hungry. Stop eating when you are already full. Do not be greedy when it comes to food, especially after the operation because it will just add stress to your stomach. If you can, you should ask for a diet from your doctor.

There will be small changes brought about by this operation. Of course, this does not mean that your whole life will change just because you took this operation. However, it would be good if this operation helps you change for the better. It should help you start taking better care of yourself.

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