Patients will need to fully understand all the possible implications of life after weight loss surgery. Exercise, dietary, lifestyle and vitamin changes will be required. Other things that patients may need to consider are the psychological, emotional and sexual issues that may arise post surgery.
Mexico Bariatric Center prides itself on being one of the only companies in Mexico to provide adequate after-care and post-surgery support. We are also pleased to announce our new Bariatric Vitamins & Supplement Program, helping patients from Mexico and around the world to achieve their weight loss success.
Patients Will Be Required to Take Vitamins, Every day, For the Rest Of Your Lives!
Post-Bariatric Surgery Vitamins:
All weight loss surgery patients will be needed to take bariatric surgery vitamins to reduce the likelihood of having complications. All bariatric surgery patients will need to take vitamins for the rest of their lives to combat lacks in dietary intake.
Required Bariatric Surgery Vitamins:
- Multi-Vitamin with Iron
- Vitamin D
- Iron + C
We recommend that all patients consult with proper nutritionists to maximize their health after bariatric surgery. Mexico Bariatric Center offers a complete package for patients maximizes their weight loss while still being healthy.
Post-Bariatric Surgery Exercise:
Most surgeons will recommend that patients engage in mild exercise following bariatric surgery of roughly 30 minutes a day, four or five times per week. Your bariatric surgeon will tell you how much exercise and what type will be needed (view each guide below for more recommendations).
- Post-Surgery Guide to Duodenal Switch
- Post-Surgery Guide to Gastric Sleeve
- Post-Surgery Guide to Gastric Bypass
- Post-Surgery Guide to Gastric Banding
Exercise is an imperative way for patients to reduce possible complications and risks, and also ensure maximum weight loss. Only after your wounds are completely healed, patients may begin to take on more moderate exercises.
Sample Mild Exercises:
- Taking the Stairs
- Light Swimming (patients will need to wait until their wounds are healed completely, typically two weeks)