My Weight Loss Clinic
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We provide completely independent, unbiased information on a range of surgical options to assist you with your weight loss.
At My Weight Loss Clinic, we will help to answer some of the common questions that many people have:
- What are my surgical weight loss options?
- Is surgery right for me?
- What can I do if I am not yet ready to undertake surgery?
- What if I have regained weight after bariatric surgery?
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We also provide pre and post bariatric care:
- Optimising health prior to surgery
- Rapid weight loss prior to surgery to make it a safer procedure for you
- Monitoring of health and any nutritional deficiencies that may occur post surgery
- Optimising diet to ensure maximum surgical success
- Medications to assist with appetite control after surgery if still needed
Frequently Asked Questions
My Weight Loss Clinic are here to support you on your weight loss journey. Here are our most frequently asked questions.
The best candidates for bariatric surgery are those who have been unable to lose weight through other methods, such as diet and exercise. Surgery may also be an option for those who are overweight and have serious health problems, such as type 2 diabetes or sleep apnea. In general, bariatric surgery is only considered for adults with a body mass index (BMI) of 40 or higher.
• Dramatically reduce your risk of premature death and obesity-related illness
• Resolve symptoms of obesity-related sleep apnoea, arthritis and diabetes
• Significantly reduce your cancer risk
• Embark on a healthier lifestyle with regular follow-up
• Lose a significant amount of weight
• Improve self-confidence and wellbeing
Deciding to have weight loss surgery is a big decision, and there are a number of things to take into consideration when making your choice. One important factor to consider is your mental health.
If you suffer from conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia, we strongly encourage you to see a psychiatrist before beginning your surgery. This is because these conditions can be worsened by the changes in your body that occur with significant weight loss.
There are also some medical conditions that may make weight loss surgery unsuitable for you. We will discuss any such conditions with you in detail during your consultation. Overall, we want you to feel confident and informed about your decision to have surgery, and we will support you every step of the way.