Duodenal Switch vs Sleeve: Which Surgery has the Best Results?

Posted by Jason Radecke on Thu, Oct 20, 2016

One of the things you've probably wondered when thinking about weight loss surgery is whether the duodenal switch vs sleeve is better. There are many advantages to both methods, as well as some disadvantages that are a possibility with any type of surgery. Understanding the benefits and disadvantages of both will help you and your doctor make the final decision.

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What’s Right for You: Biliopancreatic Diversion vs Gastric Bypass

Posted by Patrick Domkowski on Tue, Oct 11, 2016

When it seems that all other avenues of weight-loss have been explored, all choices exhausted and every diet, exercise regimen, and alternative ideology of how to shed excess pounds researched and tried out, and you still can't lose the weight —  it may mean it's time for a drastic measure, with incredible results.

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6 Tips for Maximizing Your Duodenal Switch Weight Loss Success

Posted by Patrick Domkowski on Thu, Sep 29, 2016

With the decision to have a Duodenal Switch operation, you have fully committed to one of the best, most-effective methods of losing weight, and keeping it off!

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Weight Loss Results: Why the Duodenal Switch Works

Posted by Patrick Domkowski on Thu, Sep 15, 2016

If you've had disappointing weight loss results, consulting with a doctor who handles weight loss procedures could be just the thing you need to start getting better results. One of the most popular procedures today is biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch. This and similar procedures may be what you need to start getting a better outcome from your weight loss efforts.

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5 Ways to Prep for Biliopancreatic Diversion with Duodenal Switch Surgery

Posted by Jason Radecke on Wed, Sep 07, 2016

Prepping for any surgery seems daunting at first, but you'll quickly find that it probably isn't as hard as you thought. Biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch surgery is quickly becoming one of the more popular surgical procedures for weight loss. If you follow the recommendations for preparing for this surgery, you're likely to enjoy a much smoother process during and after the surgery.

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How to Prep for Duodenal Switch Surgery Success

Posted by Patrick Domkowski on Wed, Aug 24, 2016

Prepping for duodenal switch surgery success can be relatively stress-free if you know what to do. Having weight loss surgery includes making lifestyle changes after the surgery to work towards a healthier life. With these changes comes a lot of hard work, but also the possibility for a healthier, longer life after bariatric surgery. Most people believe you do not have to worry about any changes to your life before the operation.  However, there are many factors that will ultimately benefit you for weight loss success.

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Is Duodenal Switch Weight Loss Surgery Right for You?

Posted by Jason Radecke on Tue, Aug 16, 2016

If you are suffering from morbid or comorbid obesity, you might be considering the duodenal switch surgery as a way to increase your health. But did you know there are lots of qualifications that signal if duodenal is right for you? You might’ve previously seen our blog post about determining the safest weight loss surgery for you, but the duodenal is a fairly new procedure. Like the other bariatric surgeries, there are certain pros, cons, and risks that are unique to the duodenal switch surgery. But is duodenal the right surgery for you? Here’s a head start on finding out.

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Duodenal Switch Weight Loss Surgery Options

Posted by Patrick Domkowski on Wed, Aug 10, 2016

Searching through weight loss surgery options for the perfect fit for you? As one of the most successful long-term bariatric surgeries, the biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch aids patients in losing an average of 75 to 80 percent of their excess weight and then maintain their weight loss. The best results are seen in patients who follow eating guidelines, increase physical activity, and attend all appointments post-surgery. The catch? Most surgeons refuse to perform this surgery unless the patient has a body mass index greater than 50.

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