eBook on 9 Secrest Steps to a Risk Free Weight Loss Surgery - Not everyone will qualify for weight loss surgery...by Newbies Guide
If you are planning to get pregnant, it's best to wait 16
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When you can return to work will be determined by the type of surgery you had. After a laparoscopic banding procedure you will probably be able to go to work and exercise after one to three weeks. If you have an open gastric bypass, you will need to allow yourself six weeks before you return to work.
If you are planning to get pregnant, it's best to wait 16 to 24 months after your surgery. This is for your health as well as avoiding damage to your unborn baby.
If you have issues that need resolved after your weight loss surgery, you can get therapy to help you get through this phase of your recovery. Some people who had problems with emotional eating before their surgery have benefited greatly by getting therapy to help them...
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: What is a Weight Loss Surgery?
Chapter 2: Different Types of Weight Loss Surgeries Available and the One to Go For!
Chapter 3: Gastric Bypass vs. Lap-Band Surgery
Chapter 4: Laparoscopic Surgery for Weight Loss
Chapter 5: Do You Really Need to Go Under the Knife?
Chapter 6: Sleep Apnea Patients Beware!
Chapter 7: Things to do BEFORE Undergoing Weight Loss Surgery
Chapter 8: Things to do AFTER Undergoing Weight Loss Surgery
Chapter 9: Conclusion
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