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weight loss surgery, weight gain after weight loss surgery
November 2, 2020

For years diet and exercise were the only two methods of tackling obesity. Even today, they are essential for healthy weight loss and maintaining a healthy body weight.   However, in some cases, losing weight is not as simple as increasing one’s physical activity and decreasing their daily calorie intake. This is when weight loss surgery or bariatric surgery comes into the picture.   In earlier times, obesity was not considered a medical condition. People struggling with obesity were

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laparoscopic surgery, How safe is laparoscopic surgery, What is laparoscopic surgery, safe laparoscopic surgery, risks of laparoscopic surgery, is a laparoscopic surgery safe, Benefits of laparoscopic surgery, laparoscopic surgery risks and benefits
September 16, 2020

Over the past few years, recovery time, scarring and pain associated with a wide range of general surgeries have reduced significantly. This is all thanks to the rising popularity of “laparoscopic” procedures or keyhole surgeries. With the help of laparoscopic surgery, surgeons can now treat patients in outpatient procedures itself avoiding unnecessary risks, scarring, pain and expenditure, enabling the patient to recover comfortably at home. In this article we will be exploring the

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anorectal disease anorectal conditions colon problems anorectal malformation anorectal disorder anorectal anomaly anorectal malformation types anorectal conditions types of anorectal disorders congenital anorectal anomalies high anorectal malformation common anorectal conditions anorectal disease symptoms
July 30, 2020

Piles is the most widespread anorectal disease among adults—as much as 75% of the Indian population experience mild or severe symptoms of congenital anorectal anomalies. The most simple way to understand this disease is that there are swollen veins that develop around the anus or lower rectum. Contrary to popular belief, men and women have equal chances of developing such anorectal ailments. What are the types of anorectal disease? A few other anorectal malformation types that you might

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varicose veins treatment, varicose veins, swollen veins
May 29, 2020

Varicose veins are a relatively common and painful condition, with over 10 million cases in India each year. Scientifically referred to as varicose or varicosities, this condition is caused by your veins becoming swollen, dilated, and overloaded with blood. To the naked eye, varicose veins may look bluish-purple, and sometimes red. The most common cases of varicose veins are in the lower parts of your legs. This is because they are the furthest from your heart, and gravity prevents the blood

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