After weight loss surgery
After weight loss surgery, there are many risks associated with getting pregnant for both the patient as well as the baby. Commonly, the problem is nutritional complications for those patients who just underwent weight loss surgery. Those who finish weight loss surgery are strongly advised to avoid getting pregnant within the first two years following their surgery. It is during this time period that they are prone to rapid weight loss and weight gain which can adversely affect the development of the fetus. If you have completed weight loss surgery and are planning a pregnancy, it is imperative that you utilize early pre-natal nutritional counseling and take many vitamin supplements and iron supplements.
When you exercise, you burn calories and you protect your muscle tissue. When you lose weight at a rapid pace you lose your fat and your muscle unless you exercise regularly. When your body loses muscle tissue it will gain weight because the muscle tissue will burn energy. Should you neglect to exercise after weight loss surgery then you will need to eat less and less as the years pass. It is recommended that you exercise at least thirty minutes each day after weight loss surgery which should include walking, as well as thirty minutes each day after weight loss surgery which should include strength training or resistance training. Exercise is an essential aspect of successful weight loss.