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Revision Bariatric Surgery

A second chance is available if needed

If you regain weight or don’t lose as much as you had hoped through bariatric surgery, a revision weight loss surgery could give you the second chance you need.

Less-than-ideal results after a first surgery can occur for a number of reasons. Your surgically-created smaller stomach pouch might enlarge or stretch over time, which could slow weight loss or even result in weight gain. There are many ways to fix this problem. Or, you may have had a procedure long ago, before today’s improved and more efficient methods. Just realize there are options that can help.

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You can read more about bariatric surgeries in our Health Library.

BMI Calculator

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.Enter the following information and calculate your BMI.

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Being underweight may weaken your immune system and increase the risk of malnutriation and osteoporosis.
Maintaining a healthy weight reduces the risk of serious health conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Some of the benefits of achieving a healthy weight include decreased risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes, increased energy and improved self - esteem.
Some of the benefits of achieving a healthy weight include decreased risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes, increased energy and improved self - esteem.

Underweight

Less than 18.5

Normal

18.5 to 24.9

Overweight

25 to 29.9

Obese

30 or greater

  • Note: Results of the BMI calculator are based on averages.
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  • Source: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Institutes of Health; U.S.Department of Health and Human Services.

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Find out if weight loss surgery is right for you.

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