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Adjustment of Lap Band: To explain that how to lap band adjusted

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 Lap Band Surgery is a restrictive surgery, which is designed for the patient of obesity to help them to lose the weight. Through this band the patient can control their diet because over eating is the main cause of increasing weight. The people to suffer with many diseases due to their over weight as like blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, sleep apnea and so many more. Lap Band Surgery is point to the people who are above 40 kg. In Lap Band Surgery unlike any other surgery there is no need to cut or remove any part of the digestive system of the patient. Here in Lap Band Surgery there is adjustable gastric band which fixes on the upper section of the patient’s stomach but have to adjust after some time. The patient suggested only liquid food until few weeks after surgery and then by soft food they can use their normal diet. The specification can vary from surgeon. The amount of weight loss after Lap Band Surgery totally depends on the individual and his/her diet maintenance. Before you go for Lap Band Surgery you should get entire information about Lap Band Surgery like expense, pain, infection, fever, and so on. In expense of Lap Band Surgery except the charge of the surgeon and hospital, it includes the travel expenses, earlier appointments with doctor and some other. Lap Band Surgery can have some complications and side effects, so to protect you the patient have to follow all the instruction recommended by the surgeon. Some post operative complications of Lap Band Surgery are vomiting, constipation, diarrhea etc. Just after the few hours of Lap Band Surgery the patient can get back to their work. Mostly the doctors make first adjustment between second to fifth weeks after the day of surgery. There is no need to any kind of cut or surgery for adjustment and takes just few minutes. When the lap band is placed around the stomach, it is combined to tubing which joins to an access port fixed under the skin of the abdomen. The port cannot be seen and can only be felt when pushing on the abdomen. Through the port and the tubing, the inner surface of the band can be inflated or deflated by a medical professional using saline solution injected directly into the port. This adjustment depends on the weight that the patient loses after the surgery.

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