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Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB Surgery)

Are you unhappy with your weight or health? You’re not alone - mini gastric bypass is one of the most popular weight-loss surgeries in the world. Mini gastric bypass can help you lose excess weight and reduce your risk of potentially life-threatening health problems, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or sleep apnea. If you’re considering mini gastric bypass, check out our website to find out more about the advantages and benefits of this quick and effective surgery.

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What is MGB Surgery?

Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB) is a type of weight loss surgery that can help people who struggle with obesity and related health problems. It is a simpler and safer alternative to traditional gastric bypass surgery, which involves creating a small pouch in the stomach and rerouting the intestines.

In MGB, the surgeon creates a long and narrow tube in the stomach, which reduces its capacity and limits the amount of food that can be eaten. The tube is then connected to a lower part of the small intestine, bypassing most of the stomach and some of the intestines. This reduces the absorption of calories and nutrients from food.

MGB has many benefits for people who want to lose weight and improve their quality of life. It can help lower the risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep apnea, and other obesity-related conditions. It can also boost self-esteem, confidence, and mental health.

MGB is a life-changing procedure that can help people achieve their weight loss goals and live healthier and happier lives. If you are interested in learning more about MGB or finding out if you are a good candidate for it, please contact us today. We are here to help you on your journey to a better you!

Benefits of MGB Surgery

Mini Gastric Bypass is Less Invasive Than Traditional Gastric Bypass

One of the advantages of mini gastric bypass is that it is less invasive than traditional gastric bypass surgery. Traditional gastric bypass involves creating a small pouch from your stomach and connecting it to a lower part of your small intestine while leaving the rest of your stomach and the upper part of your small intestine intact. This requires two anastomoses, or connections, between different parts of your digestive system.

 

Mini gastric bypass, on the other hand, involves creating a long and narrow tube from your stomach and connecting it to a lower part of your small intestine, while removing the rest of your stomach and upper part of your small intestine. This requires only one anastomosis, which reduces the risk of complications such as leaks, bleeding, or infections.

 

Mini Gastric Bypass Has Shorter Recovery Time and Fewer Side Effects

Another benefit of mini gastric bypass is that it has a shorter recovery time and fewer side effects than traditional gastric bypass surgery. Because mini gastric bypass is less invasive, it can be performed laparoscopically, which means using small incisions and a camera to guide the surgery. This results in less pain, scarring, and blood loss.

 

Mini gastric bypass also has fewer side effects than traditional gastric bypass surgery. Because mini gastric bypass removes the part of your stomach that produces most of the acid, it reduces the risk of ulcers, reflux, or dumping syndrome. Dumping syndrome is a condition where food moves too quickly from your stomach to your small intestine, causing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or dizziness.

 

Mini Gastric Bypass Leads to Significant Weight Loss and Health Improvements

The most important benefit of mini gastric bypass is that it leads to significant weight loss and health improvements. Studies have shown that a mini gastric bypass can help you lose up to 80% of your excess weight within one year after surgery. This can improve your quality of life and reduce your risk of obesity-related diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep apnea, or joint problems.

Mini gastric bypass can also improve your metabolic health by lowering your blood sugar, cholesterol, and triglyceride levels. This can help you control or reverse type 2 diabetes and other metabolic disorders.

 

Mini gastric bypass is a type of bariatric surgery that can help you lose weight and improve your health. It is less invasive, has a shorter recovery time, and has fewer side effects than traditional gastric bypass surgery. If you are interested in mini gastric bypass surgery, you should consult with our patient coordinator and a qualified bariatric surgeon to see if you are a good candidate for this procedure.

Types of MGB Surgery

One-Anastomosis Gastric Bypass (OAGB)

One-anastomosis gastric bypass, also known as single-anastomosis gastric bypass or omega loop gastric bypass, is the most common type of mini gastric bypass. In this procedure, the surgeon creates a small pouch from the upper part of your stomach and connects it directly to a loop of your small intestine, about 200 cm from the end. This creates a single connection or anastomosis between the stomach and the intestine, hence the name.

 

The advantages of OAGB

It is relatively simple and quick to perform, usually taking less than an hour. It also involves less cutting and stapling of the stomach and intestine, which reduces the risk of complications and bleeding. OAGB can result in significant weight loss and improvement of obesity-related conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea.

The disadvantages of OAGB

It may cause more malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies than other types of mini gastric bypass. This means that you may need to take more supplements and have more frequent blood tests to monitor your vitamin and mineral levels. OAGB may also increase the risk of bile reflux, which is when bile from the liver flows back into the stomach and causes inflammation, ulcers, and gastritis. Bile reflux can be treated with medication or surgery, but it may affect your quality of life and require lifelong follow-up.

 

Two-Anastomosis Gastric Bypass (TAGB)

Two-anastomosis gastric bypass, also known as loop duodenal switch or SADI-S (single-anastomosis duodeno-ileal bypass with sleeve gastrectomy), is a newer type of mini gastric bypass that combines elements of sleeve gastrectomy and duodenal switch. In this procedure, the surgeon removes about 80% of your stomach and creates a long narrow tube or sleeve. Then, the surgeon connects the end of the sleeve to a loop of your small intestine, about 250 cm from the end. This creates two connections or anastomoses between the stomach and the intestine, one at the beginning and one at the end.

 

The advantages of TAGB

It can achieve greater weight loss and better resolution of diabetes than OAGB. It also reduces the risk of bile reflux and dumping syndrome, which is when food moves too quickly from the stomach to the intestine and causes nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and low blood sugar. TAGB can also preserve more of your stomach function and allow you to eat more normally than OAGB.

The disadvantages of TAGB

It is more complex and longer to perform than OAGB, usually taking about two hours. It also involves more cutting and stapling of the stomach and intestine, which increases the risk of complications and bleeding. TAGB can cause more malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies than OAGB, requiring more supplements and blood tests. TAGB may also increase the risk of intestinal obstruction or twisting, which can cause severe abdominal pain and require emergency surgery.

 

Which Type of Mini Gastric Bypass is Right for You?

The choice between OAGB and TAGB depends on several factors, such as your weight, health conditions, goals, preferences, and expectations. You should consult with your bariatric surgeon and discuss the pros and cons of each procedure in detail before making a decision. You should also be aware that both types of mini gastric bypass require lifelong commitment to dietary changes, exercise, medication, supplementation, and follow-up care to ensure optimal results and avoid complications.

 

Mini gastric bypass can be a life-changing surgery that can help you lose weight and improve your health. However, it is not a one-size-fits-all solution. By understanding the different types of mini gastric bypass procedures available, you can make an informed choice that suits your individual needs.

Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery

Before the surgery

Before you can have an MGB, you need to meet certain criteria. You need to have a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or more, or a BMI of 35 or more with a serious medical condition related to obesity, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or sleep apnea. You also need to have tried other methods of weight loss, such as diet and exercise, without success. And you need to be committed to making lifestyle changes after the surgery, such as eating healthy and staying active.

 

If you qualify for an MGB, you will have to undergo some tests and evaluations before the surgery. These may include blood tests, chest X-rays, electrocardiograms (EKGs), endoscopies, and psychological assessments. You will also have to follow a special diet for a few weeks before the surgery, to reduce the size of your liver and make the surgery easier and safer.

During the surgery

An MGB is performed under general anesthesia, which means you will be asleep and won't feel any pain. The surgery usually takes about an hour and a half. The surgeon will make several small incisions in your abdomen and insert a laparoscope (a thin tube with a camera) and other surgical instruments. The surgeon will then create a small pouch from the upper part of your stomach and connect it directly to a lower part of your small intestine. This bypasses most of your stomach and the first part of your small intestine. This reduces the amount of food you can eat and the amount of calories and nutrients you can absorb.

 

After the surgery

After the surgery, you will be taken to a recovery room where you will be monitored for any complications. You may feel some pain or discomfort in your abdomen, which can be managed with medication. You will also have some tubes attached to your body, such as a catheter (to drain urine), a nasogastric tube (to drain fluid from your stomach), and an IV line (to provide fluids and nutrients). These tubes will be removed gradually as you recover.

 

You will have to stay in the hospital for one or two days after the surgery. You will be given instructions on how to care for your wounds, how to prevent infections, and how to avoid blood clots. You will also start a liquid diet that will gradually progress to pureed foods and then solid foods over several weeks. You will have to follow some dietary guidelines after the surgery, such as eating small portions, chewing well, avoiding sugary and fatty foods, drinking plenty of water, and taking vitamin and mineral supplements.

 

You will also have to follow up with your surgeon and other healthcare providers regularly after the surgery. They will check your weight loss progress, your nutritional status, your mental health, and any possible side effects or complications. Some common side effects or complications of an MGB include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dumping syndrome (when food moves too quickly from your stomach to your intestine), acid reflux (when stomach acid flows back into your esophagus), ulcers (sores in your stomach or intestine), gallstones (hard deposits in your gallbladder), malnutrition (lack of nutrients), anemia (low red blood cell count), osteoporosis (weak bones), hernia (when part of an organ bulges through a weak spot in your abdominal wall), internal bleeding, infection, leakage from the surgical site, bowel obstruction (when something blocks your intestine), or death (very rare).

 

An MGB can help you lose about 60% to 80% of your excess weight within one year after the surgery. It can also improve or resolve many obesity-related health problems, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, joint pain, and depression. However, it is not a magic solution. You still need to make lifelong changes in your eating habits and physical activity level to maintain your weight loss and health benefits.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to book a free consultation with our patient coordinators. 

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Recovery 

1 Week after the MGB surgery

You will stay in the hospital for about 2 to 5 days after your surgery, where you will be monitored for any possible complications and given pain medication. You will start drinking clear liquids on the second day after your surgery and gradually progress to full liquids by the end of the week. You will also start walking as soon as possible to prevent blood clots and promote healing. You may feel some pain, nausea, or discomfort in your abdomen, chest, or throat, which is normal and will subside over time. You will need to rest at home for the rest of the week and avoid any strenuous activities.

2 Weeks after the MGB surgery

You will continue to drink full liquids, such as protein shakes, soups, milk, yogurt, and juice. You will also start taking vitamin and mineral supplements to prevent deficiencies. You will be able to resume some light activities, such as driving, working from home, or doing household chores. You should still avoid lifting anything heavier than 10 pounds or doing any vigorous exercise.

3 Weeks after the MGB surgery

You will start adding pureed foods to your diet, such as mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs, cottage cheese, and baby food. You should eat slowly and chew well, and stop eating when you feel full. You should also drink at least 64 ounces of water per day, but not during meals. You will be able to increase your activity level gradually, but still avoid any high-impact exercises.

4 Weeks after the MGB surgery

You will transition to soft foods, such as cooked vegetables, fruits, fish, chicken, and cheese. You should still eat small portions and avoid foods that are high in fat, sugar, or calories. You should also avoid foods that may cause gas or bloating, such as beans, cabbage, broccoli, or carbonated drinks. You will be able to resume most of your normal activities but still consult with your doctor before starting any new exercise program.

3 Months after the MGB surgery

You will be able to eat most foods that are healthy and nutritious but still follow the guidelines of eating small portions, chewing well, and stopping when you feel full. You should also avoid foods that are high in fat, sugar, or calories, or that may cause dumping syndrome (a condition where food moves too quickly from the stomach to the intestine, causing nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, sweating, or dizziness). You should aim for at least 60 grams of protein per day and continue taking your vitamin and mineral supplements. You will be able to exercise regularly and enjoy the benefits of your weight loss.

6 Months after the MGB surgery

You will have reached about half of your expected weight loss goal by this time. You should continue to follow a healthy diet and exercise routine to maintain your weight loss and improve your health. You should also have regular follow-up visits with your bariatric surgeon and dietitian to monitor your progress and address any concerns.

1 year after the MGB surgery

You will have achieved most of your weight loss goal by this time. You should feel proud of yourself for making such a positive change in your life. You should continue to follow a healthy lifestyle and enjoy your new body and improved health. You should also keep in touch with your bariatric team and support group for ongoing guidance and support.

Risks and Complications

Some of the most common risks and complications of MGB are:

 

- Infection: Infection can occur at the site of the surgical incisions or inside the abdomen. To prevent infection, you should keep your incisions clean and dry, wash your hands before touching them, and follow your doctor's instructions on wound care. You should also take antibiotics as prescribed and report any signs of infection, such as fever, redness, swelling, or pus, to your doctor right away.
- Malnutrition: Malnutrition can occur because MGB reduces the amount of food you can eat and the amount of nutrients you can absorb. To prevent malnutrition, you should eat a balanced diet that meets your nutritional needs, take vitamin and mineral supplements as recommended by your doctor or nutritionist, and have regular blood tests to monitor your levels of iron, calcium, vitamin B12, and other nutrients.
- Dumping syndrome: Dumping syndrome is a condition that causes unpleasant symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, cramps, sweating, dizziness, and palpitations when you eat foods that are high in sugar or fat. This happens because these foods pass too quickly from your stomach to your small intestine, causing a rapid rise and fall in your blood sugar levels. To prevent dumping syndrome, you should avoid eating foods that trigger it, such as sweets, fried foods, dairy products, and alcohol. You should also eat small meals throughout the day, chew your food well, and drink fluids between meals rather than with them.
- Stomal stenosis: Stomal stenosis is a narrowing of the opening between your stomach pouch and your small intestine. This can cause vomiting after eating or drinking, as well as weight regain or inadequate weight loss. Stomal stenosis can be treated by dilating the opening with a balloon or a stent inserted through an endoscope (a thin tube with a camera and a light at its tip) or by performing a revision surgery to enlarge the opening.
- Peritonitis: Peritonitis is a serious infection of the lining of your abdomen. It can occur if there is a leak from your stomach pouch or your small intestine into your abdominal cavity. Peritonitis can cause severe pain, fever, chills, nausea, vomiting, and shock. Peritonitis is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment with antibiotics and surgery to repair the leak.

 

These are some of the most common risks and complications associated with MGB, but they are not the only ones. There may be other rare or unforeseen problems that can arise after this surgery. That's why it's important to consult with your doctor about the benefits and risks of MGB for you personally and to follow their advice on how to prepare for it and how to take care of yourself after it. MGB can be a life-changing procedure for many people who struggle with obesity and its related health issues, but it also requires a lifelong commitment to healthy eating and lifestyle habits.

 

If you have any questions or comments about MGB or any other weight-loss surgery options, feel free to contact with us!

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