Bariatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the causes, prevention, and treatment of obesity. Patients can consult online with a Bariatrics for non-emergency problems. The field encompasses dieting, exercise, and behavioral therapy approaches to weight loss, as well as pharmacotherapy and surgery.
When to consult online with a Bariatrics-
• Obesity, Childhood obesity, etc
• Classification of obesity, Classification of childhood obesity
• Epidemiology of obesity, Epidemiology of childhood obesity
• Obesity and walking
• Social stigma of obesity
1- When should patients consult with a Bariatrics?
Patients can consult online with a Bariatrics for non-emergency problems such as Obesity, Childhood obesity, Classification of obesity, Classification of childhood obesity, etc
2- Will I lose hair after bariatric surgery?
Hair loss after bariatric surgery is common between 3 and 6 months following surgery. However, hair loss is almost always temporary. Adequate intake of protein, vitamins, biotin, and minerals will help to ensure hair re-growth and avoid longer-term thinning.
3- Do I need to take vitamins and minerals after surgery?
You will need to take a multivitamin for life. You may need higher doses of certain vitamins or minerals, especially Iron, Calcium, and Vitamin D. You will also need to have at least yearly lab checks. Insurance almost never pays for vitamin and mineral supplements but usually does pay for labs. You can pay for supplements out of a flex medical account.