Gastric Bypass Gone Wrong





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Published on Apr 1, 2013

Terrie had a Gastric Bypass in 2006 that left her unable to eat properly or absorbed food. Now she needs her bypass reversed. We have tried to get her medical insurance but she has been deinied by all because she is 5' 9" and weights 110 lbs. Now we are looking to take her to Mexico to have the surgery done. But we need to funds in advance. She is looking at $6000 to $10,000, compared to in the US $50,000 to $75,000.

All movements become painful due to muscle atrophy and dry, cracked skin that is caused by severe dehydration. With a weakened body, diseases are commonplace. Fungi, for example, often grow under the esophagus, making swallowing unbearably painful.

The energy deficiency inherent in starvation causes fatigue and renders the victim more apathetic over time. As the starving person becomes too weak to move or even eat, their interaction with the surrounding world diminishes.


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