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Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass (LRYGB) Complications The operation itself carries a higher risk of complications than sleeve gastrectomy as there is a need to rejoin more parts of the bowel. This may require a return to theatre to deal with the problem. Other specific problems with a bypass are “dumping” syndrome. This occurs if patients take a high sugary content food e.g. chocolate or sugary fizzy drinks. The patient complains of feeling dizzy and nauseated. It is a self limiting condition that does not happen with every patient and has no long standing effect. Vitamin deficiencies are rare following gastric bypass. There are a number of other possible complications of bypass – these are identical to those of patients undergoing sleeve gastrectomy
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