Gastric Roux-en-Y in Los Angeles, Irvine, and Riverside, California
If your problem with obesity has gotten to the point where health problems are piling up, and you are starting to worry about your future, it’s time to be honest with yourself and do something about your weight. You may feel like the deck is stacked against you. You may have a family history of being overweight. Between working a full-time job and caring for your family, you may feel like there’s no time left to take care of yourself.
No matter what, don’t give up on your dream for a better future. If you are ready to turn your life around, laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery can give you the chance to finally lose that weight and discover what it’s like to live free from obesity.
Get Your Life Back with Gastric Roux-en-Y Surgery
Has your weight gotten so out of control that you’ve simply stopped weighing yourself? Do you look in the mirror and wonder how you got here? If you are ready to make a real change in your life, our board-certified gastric bypass surgeon Dr. Shyam Dahiya can help you get there with gastric Roux-en-Y weight loss surgery.
Think of how you will feel once those pounds start to disappear. Think of the pride you will have earned by getting yourself in shape with daily exercise and better eating habits. Think of the example you will have set for your children or other family member. Let that image of a proud, self-confident you be an inspiration. Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery and our weight loss program offer you a path to a better future, but it’s up to you to take the first step.
Healthy Living after Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass Surgery
Gastric Roux-en-Y bariatric surgery is designed to help you eat less and feel full faster. This effect, combined with a commitment to vigorous exercise and better nutrition, can help you finally get back to a healthy weight.
However, gastric Roux-en-Y surgery is not a quick fix. Losing weight takes hard work and dedication, even after bariatric surgery, and our experienced team of weight loss professionals will be there to help you along the way.
We truly want each and every one of our patients to be successful in reaching their goal weight and living a healthier life. Our post-surgery weight loss program will give you the guidance you need, and our nutrition specialist Dr. Jose-Mari Elacion will reinforce that program to help you stay on track. We will track your progress and offer encouragement at your monthly follow-up visits for at least a year after your recovery from Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery.
Let us know if you have more questions about gastric bypass surgery.
If you are ready to change your life with laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery in the LA area, please contact our board-certified Los Angeles bariatric surgeon Dr. Dahiya today to find out more about your options for weight loss surgery.
Gastric Roux-en-Y Recovery Time
Deciding to change your lifestyle in order to lose weight with laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery or any type of bariatric surgery is a huge and important decision. Naturally, you want to research all your options and find out everything you can about the bariatric surgery process.
One concern that many of our patients have is how long their gastric bypass surgery will take. When you come in for your bariatric surgery consultation at our LA area office, our board-certified Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgeon Dr. Shyam Dahiya will explain each part of the surgery process and how long it will take.
Recovering after Your Laparoscopic Gastric Roux-en-Y Surgery
To ensure that your recovery time after laparoscopic gastric Roux-en-Y surgery goes quickly and involves less pain, Dr. Dahiya uses the very latest laparoscopic surgery techniques. Laparoscopic surgery uses small, targeted incisions to get your bariatric surgeon’s instruments where they need to go instead of the large, open incisions used in the past. This drastically reduces the risks and complications of weight loss surgery, especially the risk of surgical site infection and hernia.
Dr. Dahiya performs gastric Roux-en-Y surgery at various leading hospitals in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, and you will stay in the hospital for a few days after your weight loss surgery to monitor your healing progress. In order to protect your sensitive digestive system from damage, your diet will be restricted to small amounts of liquid immediately after your gastric bypass procedure.
As your body heals, you will be able to progress from your liquid diet to pureed foods, then to soft foods. It may be several months before you are able to eat solid food, depending on how quickly your body heals. During this time, Dr. Dahiya will check on you regularly for one-on-one follow up care and advise you on how much physical exertion your body can handle. Everyone’s body is unique and may have special challenges, but most patients can return to normal activities within 6-8 weeks.
Diet and Exercise after Your Laparoscopic Gastric Roux-en-Y Surgery
You will continue to have monthly checkups at our office in Lakewood, California for at least a year after your surgery. This not only lets your gastric bypass surgeon Dr. Dahiya check on your healing and weight loss progress, but also allows us to motivate and guide you in sticking to your post-surgery weight loss program.
Successful weight loss with laparoscopic gastric Roux-en-Y surgery depends on your commitment to healthy eating habits and regular exercise. Like they say on The Biggest Loser, you have to decide to change your life in order to save your life. Our nutrition specialist Dr. Jose Mari-Elacion will help you plan healthy, nutritious meals and find time in your schedule for an active lifestyle. With our help and your dedication to healthy habits, gastric Roux-en-Y surgery can be the start of a journey to a brighter, happier future for you and your family.
If you are ready to turn your life in Los Angeles around with laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery, please contact board-certified bariatric surgeon Dr. Shyam Dahiya today to schedule your first gastric bypass surgery consultation.