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The risk of excessive weight loss is slightly greater with distal GBP. Vitamins are normally contained in foods and supplements. The amount of food eaten after GBP is severely reduced, and vitamin content is correspondingly lowered. Supplements should therefore be taken to complete minimum daily requirements of all vitamins and minerals.

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Pre-natal vitamins are sometimes suggested by doctors, as they contain more of certain vitamins than most multi-vitamins. Absorption of most vitamins is not seriously affected after proximal GBP, although vitamin B 12 may not be well-absorbed in some persons: sublingual preparations of B 12 provide adequate absorption. Some studies suggest that GBP patients who took probiotics after surgery are able to absorb and retain higher amounts of B 12 than patients who did not take probiotics after surgery.

Water-dispersed forms of these vitamins may be indicated on specific physician recommendation. For some patients, sublingual B 12 is not enough, and patients may require B 12 injections. All versions of the GBP bypass the duodenum, which is the primary site of absorption of both iron and calcium. Iron replacement is essential in menstruating females, and supplementation of iron and calcium is preferable in all patients.

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Ferrous sulfate is poorly tolerated. Alternative forms of iron fumarate, gluconate , chelates are less irritating and probably better absorbed. Chewable calcium supplements that include vitamin K are sometimes recommended by doctors as a good way to get calcium. Post-operative gastric bypass patients develop a lowered tolerance for alcoholic beverages because their altered digestive tract absorbs alcohol at a faster rate than people who have not undergone the surgery.

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It also takes a post-operative patient longer to reach sober levels after consuming alcohol. In a study conducted on 36 post-operative patients and a control group of 36 subjects who had not undergone surgery , each subject drank a 5 oz. The gastric bypass group had an average peak alcohol breath level at 0.

It took on average minutes for the gastric bypass patients group to return to an alcohol breath of zero, while it took the control group an average of 72 minutes. There have been reported cases in which pica recurs after gastric bypass in patients with a pre-operative history of the disorder, which are possibly due to iron deficiency. Pica is a compulsive tendency to eat substances other than normal food. Some examples would be people eating paper, clay, plaster, ashes, or ice. Low levels of iron and hemoglobin are common in patients who have undergone gastric bypass. The patient's blood test revealed iron levels of 2.

This deficiency in the patient's iron levels may have led to the increase Pica activity. The patient was then given iron supplements that brought her hemoglobin and iron blood levels to normal levels.

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After one month, the patient's eating diminished to two to three glasses of ice per day. After one year of taking iron supplements the patient's iron and hemoglobin levels remained in a normal range and the patient reported that she did not have any further cravings for ice.

The medically more significant effects include a dramatic reduction in comorbid conditions:. All these findings were first reported by Walter Pories and Jose F. Concurrently, most patients are able to enjoy greater participation in family and social activities. The patient's out of pocket cost for Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery varies widely depending on method of payment, region, surgical practice and hospital in which the procedure is performed.

Out of pocket costs for a patient with private or public insurance that specifically list bariatric surgery as a covered benefit include several insurance-policy-specific parameters such as deductible levels, coinsurance percentages, copay amounts and out of pocket limits. Patients without insurance must pay for surgery directly or through a third party lender , and total out of pocket costs will depend on the surgical practice they choose and the hospital in which the surgical practice performs the procedure.

Gastric bypass surgery has an emotional and physiological impact on the individual. Many who have undergone the surgery suffer from depression in the following months as a result of a change in the role food plays in their emotional well-being.