Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass

Gastric Bypass is surgery that helps you lose weight by changing how your stomach and small intestine handle the food you eat.
After the surgery, your stomach will be smaller. You will feel full with less food. The food you eat will no longer go into some parts of your stomach and small intestine that absorb food. Because of this, your body will not get all of the calories from the food you eat.

Prior to this procedure, you will be put under general anesthesia. You'll be pain-free and sleepy.
The gastric bypass procedure consists of two steps:

  • Your stomach gets smaller after the first step. Your stomach will be divided into a smaller upper section and a larger lower section by your surgeon using staples. The food you eat will go into the pouch, which is the upper portion of your stomach. The pouch has a walnut-like size. It can only carry roughly one ounce, or twenty-eight grams, of food. You will eat less as a result and shed pounds.
  • The bypass is the second phase. A tiny hole in your pouch is connected to the jejunum, a portion of your small intestine, by your surgeon. Now, food leaves the pouch and passes via this new aperture into your small intestine. Your body will consequently take in fewer calories.
Gastric bypass can be done in two ways.

Gastric bypass can be done in two ways.

  • With open surgery, your surgeon makes a large surgical cut to open your belly. The bypass is done by working on your stomach, small intestine, and other organs.
  • Another way to do this surgery is to use a tiny camera, called a laparoscope. This camera is placed in your belly. The surgery is called laparoscopy. The scope allows the surgeon to see inside your belly. In this surgery:
  • The surgeon makes 4 to 6 small cuts in your belly.
  • The scope and instruments needed to perform the surgery are inserted through these cuts.
  • The camera is connected to a video monitor in the operating room. This allows the surgeon to view inside your belly while doing the operation.


Advantages of laparoscopy over open surgery include:

  • Shorter hospital stay and quicker recovery.
  • Less pain.
  • Smaller scars and a lower risk of getting a hernia or infection This surgery takes about 2 to 4 hours.
How Much Does Gastric Bypass Cost In Turkey?

How Much Does Gastric Bypass Cost In Turkey?

The cause for the procedure and its complexity have an impact on the cost. The following are some examples of factors that can affect your overall cost: the surgeon's charge; pharmaceutical prescriptions; post-operative clothing; diagnostic tests; costs associated with the surgical facility; and anesthetic fees. Depending on a number of variables, gastric bypass costs will vary from patient to patient and surgeon to surgeon. This covers the surgeon's experience, the kind of procedure performed, and the office's location. The experience of the surgeon and your comfort level with him are equally important as the overall cost of the gastric bypass procedure.

The cost of the medical trip includes:

 1- Transport service: A car and a driver will be with you throughout the medical trip, all transfers between the airport, hotel, hospital.

 2- The translation service: includes a translator who will accompany you to translate into the French language (English, Russian, Arabic, Spanish).

 3- It includes all the analyses, examinations and blood tests before the operation to ensure your state of health and your preparation for the operation.

 4- Includes the cost of the process itself.

 5- Nights at the hospital - Hospitalization.

 6- It includes all the necessary medications and treatments for the recovery period after the operation.

 7- It includes the medical supplies needed after the operation. Including corset (if patient has undergone liposuction and BBL) The silicone device for the nose (if the patient has undergone rhinoplasty).

 8- It includes all visits and checks with the doctor after the operation to monitor the state of your health.

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