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Revision Weight Loss Surgery

While most patients are successful after their first bariatric surgery, some may experience medical complications or achieve insignificant weight loss results. If it turns out the problem isn't your post-surgery lifestyle, then you and your doctor may want to consider what’s called “revision surgery.” As the name implies, the surgeon would revise the initial surgery by performing a new type of weight loss procedure that would potentially lead to better results over time.

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As a crime scene investigation teacher, Sonja Amado needed to move freely. When she hit 348 pounds, she knew she had to make a change. She started researching bariatric surgery. She's 160 pounds lighter — and she's not done yet.

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