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After Bariatric Surgery, How Can A Patient's Health Improve? - Dr. Dahiya (VIDEO)

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Dr. Dahiya describes how a patient’s health can improve after having bariatric surgery.

Dr. Shyam:
Commonly the associated diseases that we see are diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure, sleep apnea, joint problems, but there are other common things. For example, they are known to have sexual disorders, and it also causes depression because the weight you are carrying and the way everybody looks at you and so forth. And there are other things, for example, even urinary problems to whatever.

You should expect that, if not totally gone then that they will be resolved for better quality, better lifestyle, confidence in yourself. Diabetes, we know 90% disappears, blood pressure 80-90%, cholesterol the same way. So, overall, you should expect that your life quality and quantity–both are going to be much better.

About Dr. Dahiya, M.D.:
Leading a multi-disciplinary team of experts at Doctor Bariatric is board-certified Shyam L. Dahiya, M.D. who brings more than 20 years of experience in general and trauma surgery. As a general and laparoscopic surgeon, Dr. Dahiya has performed numerous innovative bariatric surgeries including the Laparoscopic Bariatric Surgery.

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