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Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Who Can Benefit

Is this treatment right for you?

  • Individuals struggling with obesity, unable to lose weight through traditional methods
  • Patients with a BMI above 40, or above 35 with associated health issues


Treatment Process

What awaits you during the treatment?

  • Gastric Sleeve Surgery involves reducing the size of the stomach to limit food intake
  • You'll need to follow a strict diet before and after surgery to maximize results

Treatment abroad

What awaits you during the treatment?

  • Consultation with a qualified bariatric surgeon
  • Pre-operative preparation and evaluation
  • Surgery performed under general anaesthesia, typically taking 2-3 hours
  • Recovery and aftercare, with most patients returning to work within 2-4 weeks and full recovery in 4-6 weeks


Gastric sleeve surgery, also known as sleeve gastrectomy, is a popular weight loss surgery that has helped countless individuals regain control of their lives. This procedure involves reducing the size of the stomach to limit food intake and promote weight loss. It's a significant decision that requires a thorough understanding of the process, benefits, and potential risks.

Understanding Gastric Sleeve Surgery

The Procedure

During a gastric sleeve surgery, a large portion of the stomach is removed, leaving behind a smaller, banana-shaped section that is closed with staples. This new, smaller stomach is about the size of a sleeve, hence the name. The procedure is performed laparoscopically, meaning it's minimally invasive and requires only small incisions.

The Goal

The goal of gastric sleeve surgery is to reduce the size of the stomach and limit the amount of food that can be consumed at one time. This leads to a feeling of fullness after eating smaller portions, which in turn promotes weight loss.

Benefits of Gastric Sleeve Surgery

Improved Health

Weight loss following gastric sleeve surgery can lead to improved overall health and a reduction in obesity-related conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and sleep apnea.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Weight loss can also lead to an enhanced quality of life, including improved mobility, self-esteem, and social interactions.

Permanent Solution

Unlike other weight loss solutions, gastric sleeve surgery offers a permanent solution to obesity. The procedure permanently reduces the size of the stomach, meaning results are long-lasting with a commitment to a healthy lifestyle.

Risks and Considerations

Surgical Risks

Potential surgical risks include infection, bleeding, and adverse reactions to anaesthesia. There's also a risk of leakage from the staple line used to divide the stomach.

Nutritional Deficiencies

Because the procedure alters the digestive system, patients may experience nutritional deficiencies and will need to take supplements.

Lifestyle Changes

Successful weight loss following gastric sleeve surgery requires significant lifestyle changes. Patients must commit to a healthy diet and regular exercise.

Who is a Candidate for Gastric Sleeve Surgery?

Not everyone is a candidate for gastric sleeve surgery. Ideal candidates typically have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 40 or higher, or a BMI of 35 or higher with at least one obesity-related health condition. Candidates must also be ready to make significant lifestyle changes and follow a strict post-operative diet.

The Journey: Before, During, and After Surgery

Before Surgery

Before surgery, patients undergo a thorough evaluation and are educated about the procedure, potential risks, and necessary lifestyle changes. This is also the time to ask questions and address any concerns.

During Surgery

Gastric sleeve surgery is performed under general anesthesia and takes about one to two hours. The procedure is typically performed laparoscopically, which may result in less pain and a quicker recovery compared to open surgery.

After Surgery

After surgery, patients are closely monitored to ensure a smooth recovery. A special diet is followed for several weeks, gradually transitioning from liquids to pureed foods, then to regular foods.


Gastric sleeve surgery is a powerful tool for weight loss and can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals struggling with obesity. However, it's not a quick fix. Successful weight loss requires a commitment to lifestyle changes and regular follow-up care. It's essential to discuss all options with a healthcare professional to determine if gastric sleeve surgery is the right choice for you.



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