What is dumping syndrome after gastric bypass?

What is dumping syndrome after bariatric surgery?

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What is dumping syndrome after gastric bypass?

Dumping syndrome is a condition of rapid food movement from the stomach to the small intestine. Food that is rich in fat and sugar makes the pancreas secrete insulin and cause fluids to move to the small intestine. Dumping syndrome appears about 30-90 minutes after eating. The common symptoms are nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, sweating, vomiting, tiredness. To prevent dumping syndrome, patients should avoid sugary and fatty food, fried meals, and products with a high glycemic index. Here you can read more about dumping syndrome

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