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You’re likely to lose weight, but it’s not yet clear how long you’ll benefit.
People who prepare mentally and physically before their operations are likely to have fewer complications, less pain and a quicker recovery than those who don't prepare.
It is important to be informed about the surgery being recommended, particularly if you are choosing to have the operation.
More than 60 percent of elective surgery procedures in the United States are now performed as outpatient surgeries.
The operating room can be an intimidating, busy place, with a lot of unfamiliar technical equipment.
Your recovery will progress in stages and will depend on your overall health.
The length of time you spend in recovery depends on the type of surgery had and the condition of your health.
Although you can get support from others, including doctors, friends, and family, you play the biggest role in your own recovery.
Detailed information on postoperative discomforts and potential complications, including shock, hemorrhage, wound infection, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary complications, urinary retention, and reaction to anesthesia
It's normal to expect some pain after surgery, but if it does not subside with medication, you may have a more serious problem.