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Hi Autumn, excellant post. I can see how people with weight problems   can get frustrated with diets and weight loss not happening fast   enough. There are many benefits to bariatric surgery, but there are   also risks, and long term complications. Bariatric surgery is not   always the best option to lose weight. It will require discipline and   compliance to keep the weight from coming back. One would think that   if you have discipline, one could lose weight without surgery. This is   major surgery that comes with risks. Surgical risks are bleeding,   blood clots, infection, and much more, including death. Long term   risks include bowel obstruction, dumping syndrome, malnutrition,   vitamin deficiency, nausea, vomiting, low blood sugar. and even death.   Bariatric surgery can help improve sleep apnea, hypertension,   diabetes, and prevent stroke, but there is a tradeoff for other health   problems. If possible, it would be best would be best to change eating   habits and exercise.

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