Hydration is critical after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band surgery. Many bariatric patients often struggle to get in their 64 ounces, especially in the first couple of weeks after their weight loss surgery. In fact, dehydration is the number cause for rehospitalization amongst bariatric patients across the country. But, in most cases dehydration is preventable
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Water is one of the things bariatric patients often overlook. Many gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients are often so concerned with the foods they are eating that they forget that drinking enough water is just as important. In fact, dehydration is the number one reason patients are readmitted to the hospital after
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64 ounces. That’s how much water and low or no calorie liquids you should be drinking each day after your gastric sleeve surgery. Does it sound like a lot? That may be because you weren’t drinking enough water before your bariatric surgery. Perhaps you were drinking other fluids like soda and juice in place of