... in response to Gastric Bypass Complications
  1. Denise Mcconnell Denise Mcconnell United States says:

    many of these complications are also present in the person who loses weight by diet and exercise. excess skin, risk of blood clots, are also present in the obese patient. weight loss or not. gall stones happen more often in the obese person.  being obese raises the risk of any surgery, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.. everyone dies. how you live it depends on you. the quality of life is improved for far more than those who choose to not do gastric bypass. conventional dieting does not work. if it did then the 180 BILLION dollar industry would be bankrupt... so post me something that is related only to bariatric surgery. so far this article does not do that.

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