"Lisa Shaikh is a young 20 years old girl, who underwent a laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy 1 year ago. She lost 59 kg and came down from 140 kg to 81 kg. from being a youngster who was hesitant to even step out of the house, today she has transformed into a beautiful girl brimming with confidence and ready to take on life!"
It is that moment when deep inside, you know that you are fighting a losing battle, And yet you don’t want to give up. It is that moment when you so wish for a miracle to happen, But somewhere you know miracles happen only in fairy tales. It is that moment when you pull together
This morning while preparing for a presentation on “childhood obesity” I happened to read that, “this is the first generation of kids who may not outlive their parents“. Now, I am a doctor, a bariatric surgeon to be precise, but I am also a mother to a four years old. There is obviously no prize to guess
The other day one of my dear patients asked me a question before getting into a procedure- DOCTOR WHY DO YOU CONSIDER SURGERY AS AN ART? I guess, Because the smell of spirit is sweeter than perfume to me, Because my ot scrubs feel more fashionable to me than any designer clothes, Because the clicking
I got back from work this evening and was sifting through TV channels, hoping to catch up on the important news events of the day. No surprises here, every channel claimed to have “first” broken the news of the Virat – Anushka wedding. They almost made it seem like it was a matter of grave
Author: Miloni Sancheti (RD) Bariatric Nutritionist and Diabetic Educator Bariatric/weight loss surgery is a life changing procedure. It is the only proven method for sustained weight loss in patients suffering from clinically severe obesity (BMI ≥ 37.5 kg/m2). Almost all bariatric/weight loss procedures restrict the amount of food one can consume in one meal. This