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Quality of life after gastric bypass for morbid obesity



Quality of life after gastric bypass for morbid obesity



International Journal of Obesity 15(8): 555-560



One year after gastric restriction surgery, 70% of 118 women completed a questionnaire about lifestyle and eating behaviour changes. Mean weight loss was 35.4 kg. Patients reported a moderate reduction in appetite, and most avoided specific foods which they previously enjoyed, usually because of epigastric discomfort and/or nausea or vomiting. Patients had initiated or resumed a mean of 1.8 activities, most of which involved physical exercise.

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