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There will be pain, but the recurrence rate is lower than drug treatment.

Although inguinal hernias do not show any acute symptoms, they are usually characterized by swelling or swelling in the inguinal region. Sometimes he feels pain.

It is the process of cleaning the warts and the layer they form with the help of electrocautery, laser, cryotherapy or scalpel, if necessary, under anesthesia.

The surgery you are doing helps you lose weight. It alone will not weaken you. You still have to pay attention to your diet. If possible, regularly walk for at least half an hour every day.

At least 3 months should pass.

Depending on the location and number of warts, you can return to work in an average of 3-4 days.

It is sufficient to stay in the hospital for 1 night after anal condyloma surgery.

Inguinal hernias are the most common abdominal wall hernias that occur in the inguinal region. Inguinal hernia, which is about 3 times more common in men than in women, constitutes 80% of all hernia types.

Men have a congenital weakness in the inguinal canal. In male babies, the testicles form in the abdomen and then descend into the scrotum through the inguinal canal. The canal closes shortly after birth. Sometimes this channel cannot close properly and a weak spot is formed here. For this reason, inguinal hernia is more common in men.

  • Chronic lung diseases
  • Chronic constipation
  • Prostate diseases
  • Genetic factors
  • To be born premature
  • Having had previous hernia surgery
  • Smoking
  • Extreme exercise

There is no drug treatment for inguinal hernia and the only treatment method is surgery.

If you have anal condyloma, it means you have HPV, and you can pass it on to others.

Inguinal hernias that can be operated with closed surgical methods called open or laparoscopic, when the open method is applied, approximately 5 to 6 cm in the inguinal region. made with a long incision.

Approximately 5 to 6 cm in open inguinal hernia surgery. made with a long incision. In closed (laparoscopic) surgery, 3 small incisions are made and the operation is performed with a camera inserted through one of these holes. When the hernia is very small, there is no big difference in the total number of stitches.

  • If you have had prostate surgery before
  • If your hernia is stuck or strangulated,
  • If general anesthesia is inconvenient,
  • If there is a very large hernia tear, open surgery should be preferred.

It is usually done with general or spinal anesthesia. Closed surgeries are performed under general anesthesia.

If you are not working in a heavy job 2 days after the surgery, you can return to work.

It is usually sufficient to stay in the hospital for 1 night after the surgery.

Yes, it can recur. Studies show that each time a hernia is repaired after its recurrence, the likelihood of recurrence increases dramatically.

Hernia strangulation may occur. The hernia, which disappears when you lie on your back before, starts to disappear over time. This indicates that the organs inside the hernia have begun to stick to the surrounding tissues. Hernias that adhere to the surrounding tissues in this way cause technical difficulties in surgery.

You should not have sexual intercourse until your treatment is finished.

It is usually manifested by pain in the anus.

Usually, stitches are not required to be removed as the stitches dissolve on their own.

An overnight stay in the hospital is usually sufficient.

After the surgery, the patient can usually return to work within 3 days.

An overnight stay in the hospital is usually sufficient.

They are vertical tears on the back wall of the anus, on the coccyx due to reasons such as irregular defecation.

The most obvious symptom is severe pain and burning during and after defecation. Patients report a feeling as if they are removing small pieces of glass from the anal area.

It should be fed with fiber. Water consumption should be increased. You should take a sitz bath for 10 minutes in the morning and evening. Pomades containing anesthetic agents are given after the bath.

In some diseases such as constipation and hard stools, excessive straining, severe diarrhea, Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, pregnancy and childbirth, adverse intercourse, trauma in the breech, genetic .

It can be possible with the Botox injection method. In the anal region, botulinum toxin is administered to certain points of the internal anal nerves to try to resolve the spasm in the muscle. Not every patient and every fissure is suitable for botox injection.

After the surgery, the patient can usually return to work within 2 days.

Pilonidal sinus (pilonidal sinus) is a skin disease that is defined by the subcutaneous cyst becoming inflamed and filled with skin debris and then fistulizing the skin in some way to drain it.

It is a common sexually transmitted viral disease that affects the breech area and inside. The causative agent is Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).

Discharge, pain, itching, burning, bad smell.

Although ingrown hair is usually seen in the anal region, it can also occur in the armpits, navel and groin.

Depending on the stage of the disease, treatments that do not require hospitalization may be possible with methods such as local care and baths, epilation, crystallized phenol application, pit excision, micro sinusotomy.

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia in outpatient conditions. Average processing time is 15 minutes. Local anesthesia is applied around one of the ingrown hairs. The pubic hair is then enlarged. The hairs and infected tissue under the skin are removed from here. Then, a protective cream is applied here to protect the skin, and then phenol is placed in the formed cavity. Phenol dissolves on its own and disappears within a few days.

Crystallized phenol application is a local procedure, no hospital stay is required.

There is a low probability of recurrence of ingrown hairs after surgical or non-surgical treatment of ingrown hairs.

After the surgery, the patient can usually return to work within 1 week.

An overnight stay in the hospital is usually sufficient.

No, it is not more difficult. It is generally more comfortable for the patient to have bilateral inguinal hernia surgery with the same operation.

Complications are also more common after recurrent hernia surgeries.

Radiofrequency method can be applied according to the patient.

After closed surgeries, hernias called port hernias may develop in the instrument insertion sites.

The most important symptom of incisional hernia is swelling and deformity that develops outward in the abdomen. Pressure sensation and pain around the swollen area are also among the hernia symptoms. As it progresses, it may even cause difficulty in walking.

There is no drug treatment for incisional hernia and the only treatment method is surgery.

Yes, corset use is usually necessary after surgery. It is generally recommended to use 1 month.

Usually, stitches are not required to be removed as the stitches dissolve on their own.

You can take a shower on the 2nd day after the operation.

We do not recommend doing sports for 4-6 weeks after surgery.

If the hernia is small, 3-4 days are enough. This period is on average 10 days after large-giant hernia surgeries.

Usually one night stay in the hospital is sufficient. This period may be 2 or 3 nights after giant incisional hernia surgery.

It is important for postoperative wound healing to stop or reduce smoking 1 month before the surgery.

Its incidence is around 15% after previous abdominal surgeries.

Smoking after hernia surgery adversely affects wound healing.

One surface of the patches is covered with a temporary or permanent anti-adhesion material so that the intra-abdominal organs do not adhere.

These patches, called prolene, composite or dual patch (mesh), are produced with high technology and are quite expensive.

Hair loss associated with weight loss is called "telogen effluvium". There are many reasons for hair loss seen in many individuals after sleeve gastrectomy. However, it is useful to remember that it is usually a temporary process. There can be many factors that cause hair loss after obesity treatment; liver diseases, hormonal irregularities, protein consumption, iron deficiency, etc.

Individuals who do not follow the nutritional rules and do not pay attention to the lack of protein and iron occur due to their inability to meet their vitamin and mineral needs. Protein and iron deficiency can cause hair loss. This deficiency should be eliminated with supplements in the first postoperative periods.

In patients who experience hair loss after obesity surgery, usually at the end of 9 months, regrowth and thickening are observed in the shed hair.

The ideal waiting period for pregnancy after sleeve gastrectomy is 12-18 months. The expectant mother must have reached the desired weight and the ideal weight.

Obesity surgery can increase your chances of getting pregnant. Women who have problems of conceiving due to obesity are more likely to conceive after surgery. If you are thinking of pregnancy after the operation, be sure to be under the supervision of a doctor and a bariatric dietician.

Wound infection, obesity, lung diseases such as COPD, diabetes, malnutrition, poor surgical technique, bad suture material, smoking.

It can occur months or years after surgery.

Yes, mesh is usually required. Patch; By placing it on the area between the muscle and the peritoneum, the formation of hernia again is prevented.

Umbilical hernia surgery can be performed with open or laparoscopic intervention.

You can take a shower on the 2nd day after the operation.

It is forbidden to lift heavy and do sports for 1.5 months.

If the surgery was performed with a closed method, it can be returned after a few days. This period after major hernia operations is 1 week - 10 days.

Usually one night stay in the hospital is sufficient.

If the surgery was performed with a closed method, it can be returned after a few days. This period after major hernia operations is 1 week - 10 days.

Severe increase in abdominal internal pressure is the cause of umbilical hernia. The main causes of umbilical hernia are excessive straining, being overweight, being careless and fast while sitting and standing, excessive pressure, overloading the waist area, lifting heavy loads, cirrhosis, constipation, prostate and some problems experienced during pregnancy.

The most important symptom of umbilical hernia is swelling and deformity that develops outward in the umbilical region. Pressure sensation and pain around the swollen area are also among the hernia symptoms.

There is no drug treatment for umbilical hernia and the only treatment method is surgery.

Yes, corset use is necessary, especially after open umbilical hernia operations.

They are hernias that occur at the incision sites of previous abdominal surgeries.

Usually, stitches are not required to be removed as the stitches dissolve on their own.

You can take a shower on the 2nd day after the operation.

We do not recommend doing sports for 4-6 weeks after open surgery and 1-2 weeks after closed surgery.

If the surgery was performed with a closed method, it can be returned after a few days. After major hernia operations, this period is 1 week - 10 days.

Usually one night stay in the hospital is sufficient.

Yes, it can recur. Studies show that each time a hernia is repaired after its recurrence, the likelihood of recurrence increases dramatically.

Delaying the operation may cause hernia strangulation. This situation both increases the risk of surgery and causes serious pain for the patient. For this reason, when the diagnosis of hernia is made, it is necessary to make an operation plan immediately.

Yes, mesh is usually required. Patch; By placing it on the area between the muscle and the peritoneum, the formation of hernia again is prevented.

The ongoing inflammatory process in the region can lead to cancer. Due to the constant inflamed discharge, fungus develops around the anus, and there is constant itching in the anal area.

If the anal fistula recurs, the solution is still surgery.

The patient with inguinal hernia operation; It should keep the groin section free from strain and excess pressure. Inguinal hernia; It occurs due to weakness and rupture of the membrane structures of the abdominal wall (inguinal region). Soft tissue swelling is seen under the skin in that area. Particular attention should be paid in the first month after open inguinal hernia surgery.

In order to start sports after the surgery, the method of inguinal hernia repair surgery and what kind of sport the patient will do is also important. Light exercises, such as walking outside or on a treadmill, can usually be started within the first few days after inguinal hernia repair surgery. In the following weeks, 1-2 weeks after surgery, light exercise and activities will usually be beneficial, such as walking or riding a stationary bike. After spending a period of 1-1.5 months after inguinal hernia surgery, the patient can do the old sports movements with peace of mind. Having a strong muscular system can help prevent future hernias. However, he should also be careful to do sports that will not increase the intra-abdominal pressure excessively and do not force him.

Although all these recommendations are for open inguinal hernia surgery, patients who have had closed inguinal hernia surgery can return to their normal life after 1 week and start sports.

Ulcerative colitis or Crohn's disease is chronic inflammation of the tissues lining the large intestine. Both are risk factors for developing colorectal cancer disease. Routine colonoscopy is important in these patients.

The thyroid gland is an endocrine gland located in the front of the neck, just in front of the windpipe. It consists of two lobes located on the right and left, and a part called the isthmus that connects them in the middle. It weighs approximately 15-20 g.

  • Radiation exposure
  • Having a high level of estrogen
  • Having a family history of breast cancer

Breast cancer constitutes less than 1% of all cancers in males.

It should be noted that most women with breast cancer do not have a family history of breast cancer.

  • Breast cancer gene 1 BRCA1
  • Breast cancer gene 2 BRCA2

These 2 genes are associated with breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

Seeing the first menstruation under the age of 12; did not give birth, or had her first birth after the age of 30; Women who have reached menopause after the age of 55 are in the high-risk group.

Not every palpable mass is cancer. In particular, movable masses with regular edges are less likely to become cancerous. These masses are likely to be cystic structures that we see frequently in women, or a benign, slow-growing mass called fibroadenoma, which occurs especially at young ages.

Breast cancer most commonly metastasizes to lymph nodes; however, the lungs, bone, liver, and brain are other organs that breast cancer cells tend to metastasize to.

Self-examination should be done once a month for life from the age of 20. It should be checked whether there is a mass or collapse in the breast tissue and whether there is discharge from the nipple. When the mass is noticed, a surgeon should be consulted without panic. Do not forget that 8 out of 10 masses found during the examination are non-cancerous masses.

Diagnostic success is 75% with mammography and 90% with ultrasound.

A mammography should be done over the age of 40

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women. On average, it is seen in one out of 8 women. The risk of cancer increases with age. The most common age group is 50-60 age group worldwide.

In the surgical treatment of fistula, this long channel called fistula tract, which contains inflammation, is opened and scraped.

  • Feeling of swelling in the neck
  • Difficulty in breathing and swallowing
  • Hoarseness
  • Bifurcation in sound
  • Pain in the neck
  • Movement of the swelling in the neck while swallowing

In some studies, it has been shown that the regular use of aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs reduces the risk of developing colorectal cancer and polyps. In these studies, people who regularly use these drugs for arthritis or heart attack prevention were evaluated. In another study, findings were obtained that aspirin used in patients who were treated for early-stage colorectal cancer or had their polyps removed prevents the development of polyps.

Being at an ideal weight, active life, doing sports, healthy eating, nutritional supplements, quitting alcohol and smoking reduce these risks.

It is generally recommended to have a colonoscopy in the first year after colon cancer surgery. If results are normal, most patients have the next test 3 years later. When found to be normal again, it is generally recommended to be done every 5 years after surgery.

It is generally recommended that the patient go to the doctor every 3-6 months for a few years after the surgery, and then every 6 months for the following few years. The frequency of this examination can be reduced in patients treated for early stage cancer.

After the age of 40 or if there is a family history of colon cancer, a colonoscopy should be routinely performed once a year after the age of 30.

Since some patients do not need it medically after a while (this may be 2 months or 1 year), the colostomy or ileostomy is closed and the patients are allowed to defecate in a normal way. This may be permanent in some patients.

It is the surgical opening of the last part of the small intestine to the abdominal wall. The defecation happens spontaneously into the colostomy bag. If the ileostomy is not properly cared for, irritation may occur around the stoma.

A colostomy is the surgical opening of the large intestine to the abdominal wall. A colostomy allows stool to be expelled from the body. Defecation occurs spontaneously into the colostomy bag.

Endoscopic methods such as colonoscopy are mostly used in the diagnosis of cancer. During colonoscopy, polyps, if formed, are also removed and pathologically examined. In some cases, computed tomography may also be requested. Examinations such as MR-PET may also be considered necessary.

It is the spread of cancer cells originating from any part of the body to other tissues and organs other than the organ in which they are located. If this spread to neighboring organs, vessels and regional lymph nodes is considered as "local advanced stage", it usually corresponds to the third stage in cancer. In this type of cancer, the tumor is mostly reduced with treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy, and then surgical operation is performed.

When inguinal hernias were repaired with old methods, that is, when they were repaired without patches and with stitches, they would recur very often. Recurrence rates decreased with the use of the patch method. Patched repairs do not have any problems if there is no problem in the early period after the operation. It is normal to feel a slight tingling after the operation. When there is severe pain, a physician should be consulted. Having a strong muscular system reduces the chance of relapse.

The larger the umbilical hernias, the greater the risk of strangulation. The risk of strangulation of umbilical hernias is higher than other hernias. Umbilical hernias can cause intestinal obstruction. Even if they are small, umbilical hernias should be repaired. If the hernia, which disappeared when pushed before, does not enter anymore, the hernia causes suffocation, pain and redness in the area. Hernia strangulation can lead to intestinal rot, sepsis and infections and death. It is not possible for the hernia to heal spontaneously in adult individuals.

Thyroid nodules are small bumps that form within the thyroid gland. In the community, its incidence is 4%.

Life expectancy of a rectal cancer patient; It depends on many factors such as the degree and stage of cancer, Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) levels, general health status of the patient, the chosen treatment method, and the patient's response to treatment. The process after rectal cancer varies from patient to patient, depending on the patient's age, tumor, and post-operative treatment.

When the thyroid modules are examined with examination findings and ultrasound, it is decided whether they are important or not according to the characteristics of the detected nodules. In doubtful cases, biopsy is performed with a fine needle.

Usually one night is enough.

Fistula treatment is performed with laser without surgery, depending on the condition of the disease.

If anal abscess treatment is delayed, fistula development may occur. The location of the abscess is important.

Pain in and around the anus, swelling, itching and burning in the anus, difficulty in sitting, redness in the anus, bad smell around the anus, bloody discharge, contamination in the underwear, constipation

Anal fistula is an abnormal connection in the form of an inflamed canal between the inner breech and the skin outside the breech. It can be in the form of a single channel, or it can consist of several channels in the form of tree branches.

It is enough to stay in the hospital for 1 night after hemorrhoid surgery.

After hemorrhoid surgery, patients can return to work within an average of 2 days, depending on the surgical method.

It is usually necessary to do an enema the night before and the morning of the operation before hemorrhoid surgeries.

Colonoscopy is usually recommended, as hemorrhoids may also accompany diseases such as ulcerative colitis and anal fissures.

Stage 3 and 4 is edema after hemorrhoids come out of the anus.

The purpose of this method, which is preferred in stages 2 and 3, is to prevent the hemorrhoidal pads from hanging down. As in hemorrhoidectomy surgery, excision of the packs is not performed.

It is preferred in stage 3 and 4 external and internal hemorrhoids.

This method is done with ligasure. In this method, a ligasure device is used instead of a scalpel, which cuts by burning the place to be cut. Bleeding during surgery is minimal and therefore does not require stitches.

An enlargement of the thyroid gland is called a goiter. The two most common and known diseases causing goiter are Grave's disease and toxic multinodular goiter (Toxic Goiter).

Infrared photocoagulation, band ligation, sclerotherapy, longo, artery ligation, ligasure methods

Radiofrequency method can be applied according to the patient.

It depends on the patient's hemorrhoid status, recurrence status, age. Laser is a more suitable method for early stages.

Rubber band ligation, infrared coagulation and sclerotherapy and laser. It is a painless and daily procedure. However, it is not suitable for every patient.

There may be symptoms such as pain, burning, bleeding, discharge in the anus. In external hemorrhoids, there may also be a mass in the rectum.

Hemorrhoids are enlarged veins located at the bottom of the rectum and anus, at the end of the anal canal. In hemorrhoids, the walls of these blood vessels are stretched and become enlarged and irritated.

Yes it can. These devices can be in the hospital or can be rented from outside. They make it easy to find vocal nerves during surgery. Thus, the possibility of possible vocal nerve damage after surgery is reduced.

Thyroid hormone has effects on conception and infertility. While the lack of thyroid gland makes it difficult to become pregnant, excessive secretion can cause infertility, premature birth and miscarriage. Despite being pregnant, if the thyroid gland is not known to be less functioning and the problem is not resolved in the first three months, intelligence and development problems may occur in the baby. In case of overwork of the thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism), there is usually no problem in getting pregnant women. The problem stems from iodine deficiency and autoimmune thyroid diseases.

Thyroid surgery is performed under general anesthesia.

In open thyroid surgery, which is classically performed for large nodules or thyroid cancer, the neck is opened approximately 7-8 cm from the lower part.

Usually 1 night stay is enough.

  • Total thyroidectomy
  • Lobectomy (Unilateral total thyroidectomy)
  • Regional lymph node dissections with total thyroidectomy

We recommend resting at home for an average of 10 days after the surgery. You can start your job after 7 days. You can start work that requires physical activity after 30 days.

The main causes of nausea after surgery are forcing the stomach with more food than it can take, eating quickly, swallowing without chewing enough. In order to prevent nausea, eating and drinking should be stopped as soon as satiety is felt, small bites should be chewed thoroughly and eaten slowly.

If you do regular and body shaping sports in your weight loss process, you will minimize the problem of sagging on your skin. However, if you need aesthetic procedures, we recommend that you have it done 1 year after your surgery.

Patients who have undergone sleeve gastrectomy surgery should consume at least 60 grams of protein daily in order not to lose their muscles while losing weight quickly.

We recommend that you stay away from activities that require high effort for the first 21 days after bariatric surgery.

Due to the gas-forming properties and fibrous structure of legumes, it is recommended to be consumed 4-6 weeks after the operation, as they are difficult to digest. First of all, you can try it as a soup and use it in meals if you do not have gas complaints.

Consuming coffee containing caffeine can increase intestine movements and appetite. Therefore, coffee consumption is not recommended for the first month after the surgery.

In the first year of sleeve gastrectomy surgery, consuming acidic and carbonated beverages such as cola and soda is not recommended in order not to adversely affect the healing process of the stomach.

It is recommended not to consume alcohol for the first 6 months after the operation.

Hair loss is a problem that can affect half of the patients after bariatric surgery. The stress of surgery, vitamin-mineral deficiencies, insufficient nutrient intake, insufficient water consumption are the main reasons that increase the problem of hair loss. Even if all these deficiencies are eliminated, the decrease in the body's calorie intake and the sudden change in the metabolic balance may also cause shedding. Don't worry, the hair that has been shed during this period will soon grow back.

You can swim in the sea or pool after an average of 3 weeks.

We recommend not smoking for the first 1 month after surgery, as this will decrease the nourishment and healing of the tissues in the suture line in the stomach and increase the risk of leakage.

About 1-2 hours after you come to your room from the operating room, you can get up and meet your personal needs.

You will stay in your private room in our hospital for 3 nights.

You can take a shower from day 1 by covering your dressings with waterproof tapes.

Yes, if the body mass index is over 40, there is support from the Turkish Social Insurance Institution. However, it does not cover all.

The most important vitamins that require special monitoring during pregnancy are B12, iron, folate, vitamin D and calcium. Postoperative patients, who normally need to consume 60 grams of protein daily, need more protein during pregnancy. Nutritional counseling is very important after surgery and should be continued during pregnancy.

Expectant mothers who have undergone Sleeve Gastrectomy should wait for a minimum of 12 months, ideally 18-24 months, to get pregnant, in order to get used to their new diet and avoid complications that may develop during this period, and to complete their recovery processes. It should be aimed that digestive problems, nausea and vomiting caused by pregnancy do not coincide with Sleeve Gastrectomy surgery.

Studies conducted today show that bariatric surgery reduces many risk factors for a healthy pregnancy by reducing conditions that may put the pregnancy at risk, such as gestational diabetes or high blood pressure, by nearly half. In addition, as the risk of an overweight baby will decrease, the rate of cesarean section also decreases.

  • Since the removed part of the stomach is the most secreted part of the Ghrelin hormone, which triggers hunger, not only the amount of food that gives a feeling of satiety decreases, but also a decrease in the desire to eat.
  • Dumping syndrome is not observed because it does not disrupt the mechanism that controls the passage of food from the stomach to the small intestine.
  • In obesity-related diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and sleep apnea, 70-80% improvement can be seen after surgery.
  • If necessary, it can be converted to other obesity surgical operations.

After the first interview you are informed by your surgeon and your surgery date is determined, detailed blood tests, endoscopy, EKG, pulmonary function test, and ultrasound are requested to determine if there is anything that may prevent you from getting anesthesia. Consultations of specialists in internal medicine, cardiology, anesthesia, chest and endocrinology are requested.

You should consume foods that are easy to digest 2 days before the surgery, consume liquid food from 16.00 on the day before the surgery and come to the hospital on an empty stomach from 24.00 at night.

Gastric sleeve surgery should not be applied to people with psychiatric disorders, who like to consume sugary foods, who have alcohol or substance addiction, who have cancer, who cannot receive general anesthesia, and who have an untreated stomach disease.

Except where the trocars enter, you won't have much pain. Pain is minimal in laparoscopic operations.

The abdomen is entered with a thin needle and the abdomen is inflated with carbon dioxide gas. A total of 4 trocars (cylindrical instruments placed on the abdominal wall) are inserted into the abdomen and the process is started by transferring the image to the screen with the help of a camera. During the operation, the tube placed from the mouth to the stomach is taken as a guide, the stomach is cut vertically and 80% of it is removed.

In patients who eat healthy and do regular exercises after the surgery, 65-80% weight loss is seen within 1 year after the surgery. However, in patients who cannot maintain their nutritional habits, there may be weight gain at a rate of approximately 5% in the future.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery is a restrictive surgery in terms of removing approximately 80% of the stomach and thus providing an earlier feeling of fullness. The part removed from the stomach is the part that produces the hormone Ghrelin, which triggers hunger. Removing this part reduces the level of Ghrelin hormone in the blood, thereby reducing appetite.

Sleeve Gastrectomy, also known as Tube Stomach or Gastric Sleeve Surgery, is the surgical reduction of the stomach.

In addition to routine surgical examinations, the following tests must be performed before the committee report is issued. Because a problem with these values may be the main cause of your weight.

These tests are as follows;

  • HbA1C
  • Glucose (Hunger)
  • insulin
  • cortisol suppression test
  • TSH

Surgery is usually performed between the ages of 18 and 65.

You can continue to use all your medicines 1 month after the operation. However, it is recommended to use painkillers with caution. As much as possible, do not prefer aspirin, apranax type drugs. It is recommended to consume with stomach medicine and plenty of water.

  • Foods that contain plenty of zinc minerals should be consumed. Eggs, cheese, red meat, peas, broccoli and nuts are foods rich in zinc. If consumed with vitamin C, high amounts of zinc mineral are used.
  • We need to keep nails clean and moisturized.
  • If nail care products are used frequently, it should be ensured that these products do not expire and do not cause health problems.
  • Daily vitamin A needs should be met from foods such as carrots, pumpkin and peaches.
  • Cleaning materials used in housework should be used with gloves.

When it is noticed that there is whitening in the nails, the nails should be expected to grow. A doctor should be consulted if there is any whiteness in a certain point of the nail that does not disappear for a long time.

White spots on the nail can be seen from time to time. Scientifically known as Leukoniki, sometimes all of our nails, sometimes lines are formed. There could be many different reasons. The biggest cause is damage to the nail bed. This occurs due to the nail being hit and hit somewhere. The important thing is to find the cause of the white spot on the nail and eliminate this problem. There are four types;

  • Punctata: These are small spots that usually come out on the upper and lower parts of the nail. It is more common in childhood. It can also occur as a result of chemotherapy.
  • Striata: It appears as parallel stripes on the nail. It happens more often if the manicure is done hard.
  • Partial: It is usually seen at the tip of the nail.
  • Completely: It is when the entire nail becomes white. It is very rare and inherited.

Causes of white spots on nails;

  • Allergic Reaction: Cosmetic products such as nail polish, polish, acetone, nourishing oils that come into contact with the nails can cause allergies and a white spot on the nail. Using artificial and gel nails can also damage the nails.
  • Protein Deficiency: If the stain on the nail is horizontally banded, protein deficiency may occur. If the white stain disappears when you squeeze your nail with the other hand, it is protein deficiency. It passes immediately after taking protein.
  • Mineral Deficiency: White spots may occur on the nails due to mineral and vitamin deficiency. The biggest factor can be caused by zinc and calcium deficiency.
  • Nail Fungus: Nail fungus starts with yellow and white spots. These spots spread to the nail over time and become thicker. The first sign of infection is the appearance of small white spots on the nails. The infection can grow larger and spread to the nail bed.
  • Other Disorders: Leukoniki may also be caused by some illnesses or health problems. Liver diseases, cirrhosis, and hepatitis cause white spots on the nails. Kidney diseases cause white and pink spots on the nails. In renal failure, nails may be completely white. Staining may occur on nails caused by anemia. It can also be caused by diseases such as psoriasis, peptide ulcer, ulcerative colitis, nephritis.

It is possible to breastfeed after breast augmentation with breast silicone. After breast lift surgeries, breastfeeding is usually possible. After breast reduction surgery for large breasts, the baby breastfeeding status changes according to the surgery technique.

It is wrong to believe that milk is not given when silicone is inserted into the breast, or milk is not given when silicone is inserted.

During Breast Reduction Surgery, it is possible to preserve the milk ducts connecting the mammary gland tissue to the nipple to some extent. In breast reduction surgeries, breast tissue must be removed in order to reduce the size of the breasts. As the milk ducts are dispersed into the whole mammary gland tissue like a spider web; It may be partially or completely affected by breast surgeries such as breast reduction, breast lift, breast fat filling, and breast fat removal and liposuction. In order to achieve adequate reduction in very large breasts, breastfeeding may need to be sacrificed in line with the knowledge and wishes of the patient. All breast surgical interventions except for Silicone Breast Augmentation are risky for breastfeeding; It should be noted that there is a risk of losing the milk-giving function partially or completely.

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