The Mini-Gastric Bypass Decreases Hunger

Patients report remarkable declines in the feelings of hunger after Mini-Gastric Bypass!

On average the level of perceived hunger declines from Very Hungry (7.3 out of 10) Pre Op to Mildly Hungry (3.9 out of 10) Post Op (See Figure below)

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Hunger After Mini-Gastric Bypass

The Mini-Gastric Bypass Decreases Hunger

On average the level of perceived hunger declines from Very Hungry (7.3 out of 10) Pre Op to Mildly Hungry (3.9 out of 10) Post Op (See Figure below)

Patients were asked to give an overall assessment of their feelings of hunger before and after Mini-Gastric Bypass Surgery using a Visual Analog Scale (VAS) 

“If you had weight loss surgery; Please Grade Your Overall Feelings of Hunger for an average day, with 1 being not hungry, 5 being average level of hunger and 10 being as hungry as you can imagine.”

On average patients reported feeling Very Hungry (7.3) PreOp and this declined to Mildly Hungry (3.9) Post Op

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