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Gallbladder and other risks after weight loss surgery
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Gallbladder and other risks after weight loss surgery

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare says that 31% of adults during the 2017-18 period were listed as obese. This percentage is not decreasing, it’s only going up, and the health risks related to obesity are shocking. The amount of people choosing to have different forms of weight loss surgery is also increasing. Weight...

What is a hernia?
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What is a hernia?

Is there a bulge at a previous surgery site, or between your chest and hips, or in your groin? This lump could potentially be a hernia, and the only way to find out is to visit a doctor, such as Dr Stephen Watson. A hernia is caused by a tear in your muscle or tissue,...

Can I drink caffeine after weight loss surgery?
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Can I drink caffeine after weight loss surgery?

Caffeine after weight loss surgery After weight loss surgery it is important to follow post-surgical guidelines regarding your diet. One element of diet a lot of patients ask about is caffeine, and whether they can keep drinking their favourite tea, coffee or soft drink. There is no hard and fast rule to answer this question...

Where to go in Perth for weight loss surgery
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Where to go in Perth for weight loss surgery

Your weight loss surgery options in Perth Trying to find the right surgeon to help you achieve your goals can be a daunting task. After all, a quick google search of weight loss surgery in Perth gives around 4 million searches. Clearly, there aren’t that many bariatric surgeons in—or around—Perth. Weighing up all considerations So,...

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