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Post-Bariatric Surgery Conditions

Bariatric, or gastric bypass surgery, is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of the stomach. It can be an effective weight loss approach for people if they follow post-surgery instructions carefully, but there are important health risks to consider.

Even patients who follow instructions carefully still find they have post-bariatric surgery conditions, including:

Our weight loss specialists will evaluate you for these conditions if you show symptoms of any of them post-bariatric surgery. Using different treatment methods, they will help you understand these conditions better and give you effective ways to manage them.

 

Our team of weight loss specialists can provide you with the information and training you need to reach your goals and enjoy a lifetime of healthy weight. Call 410-583-LOSE (5673) today to schedule your consultation.

The Johns Hopkins Digestive Weight Loss Center is part of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology.

 

Jumpstart Your Weight Loss

We now offer a new outpatient procedure for people with moderate (20-30 lb.) weight loss goals. Learn about the service as part of our Concierge Weight Loss Program.

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