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Best Obesity Or Bariatric Surgery Hospitals in Navi Mumbai

Mpct Hospital

Mpct Hospital

Sanpada, Navi Mumbai

56 Doctors
100 Beds
1 Ambulance
20 Doctors
250 Beds
1 Ambulance
Panacea Hospital

Panacea Hospital

New Panvel East, Navi Mumbai

10 Doctors
62 Beds
10 Ambulances
Acharya Shri Nanesh Hospital

Acharya Shri Nanesh Hospital

Belapur, Navi Mumbai

5/5 (1 reviews)

10 Doctors
40 Beds
1 Ambulance
9 Doctors
45 Beds
1 Ambulance
Harish Multispeciality Hospital

Harish Multispeciality Hospital

Nerul Node-Ii, Navi Mumbai

8 Doctors
33 Beds
7 Doctors
25 Beds
Vinamra Swaraj Hospital

Vinamra Swaraj Hospital

Vashi, Navi Mumbai

7 Doctors
36 Beds
2 Doctors
Arihant Hospital

Arihant Hospital

Nerul, Navi Mumbai

1 Doctor
4 Beds
1 Ambulance

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Questions & Answers on "Obesity Or Bariatric Surgery" (10)

Hi my name is Rahul I am 15 and my weight is 180kg I gained this in just 3 years can i losse weight I started gaining when i start fast food

Male | 14

YES, YOU CAN LOSE WEIGHT. Fast food is high in calories, salt, sugar & fat. Decrease fast food intake, eat more FRUITS & veggies. Exercise daily. 

Answered on 13th Dec '23

Dr. Harsh Sheth

Dr. Harsh Sheth

I am gaining weight constantly. I have started taking vitamin d supplement. kindly suggest any medicines to lose weight.

Female | 25

Consult with a dietician or a medical professional like a bariatric surgeon before starting any weight loss medications or supplements. Focus on a balanced diet, portion control, regular exercise, hydration, sleep, and stress management for sustainable weight loss. 

Answered on 1st Aug '23

Dr. Harsh Sheth

Dr. Harsh Sheth

Side effects of bariartic surgery

Female | 47

Bariatric surgery can have both positive effects on health and potential side effects. The specific side effects can vary depending on the type of bariatric surgery performed, but here are some common ones:

Surgical risks: It includes infection, bleeding, blood clots, and adverse reactions to anesthesia.

Nutritional deficiencies:It impacts nutrient absorption and lead to deficiencies of iron, vitamin B12, calcium, and vitamin D. These deficiencies may require lifelong supplementation and close monitoring.

Dumping syndrome: Can occur after gastric bypass surgery, where food moves too quickly from the stomach to the small intestine. You may experience nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, and rapid heart rate after meals.

Gallstones: Rapid weight loss after bariatric surgery can increase the risk of developing gallstones. 

Changes in bowel habits: Some individuals may experience changes in bowel movements like diarrhea or constipation, after bariatric surgery.

Hair loss: Temporary hair loss or thinning may occur due to nutritional deficiencies or rapid weight loss. This is usually temporary and can be managed with proper nutrition.

Psychological and emotional changes: Bariatric surgery can have a significant impact on body image, self-esteem, and emotional well-being. Some may experience depression, anxiety, or body image issues post-surgery.

Answered on 26th June '23

Dr. Harsh Sheth

Dr. Harsh Sheth

My mother is suffering from overweight. Can she have a liposuction therapy as she is in her early 50's.

Female | 49

Liposuction or literally ‘sucking out fat’ is a suboptimal therapy for OBESE patients who desire weight loss. Liposuction can be considered as a treatment option for body sculpting, or slightly overweight patients who need to shape their abdomen in a particular manner. However, if one is obese, liposuction will cause a disproportionate loss of fat over the tummy, and leave space for fat re-accumulation in the future.


There are many weight loss options for a proportionate weight loss, eg. diet, exercise, or medications.


The healthier or ‘more natural’ way to lose weight in obese patients (with a BMI of more than 30 kg/m2) is bariatric or metabolic surgery, wherein the stomach is re-sized or bypassed using keyhole surgery. This surgery causes proportionate loss of fat all over the body up to 80% of the excess body weight, over a period of 1-1.5 years. This surgery is a safe and effective option if done by a certified surgeon at a high-volume center.

Answered on 4th Mar '22

Dr. Harsh Sheth

Dr. Harsh Sheth

I want loose weight 10 kgs. How is it possible

Female | 31

Currently i have several weight loss patients undergoing acupuncture therapy with great positive results.
What do they take:
Acupuncture therapy
acupressure therapy
home remedies
diet recommendations 
you can connect for tele conversation if you wish to.
take care 

Answered on 17th Jan '23

Dr. Hanisha Ramchandani

Dr. Hanisha Ramchandani

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