Frequently Asked Questions

To get an appointment, you have to fill your details in the appointment section of our website. Our medical partner will get back to you to confirm the appointment date and the timing. If you are referred by different famous Bariatric Surgeon in Pune, he or she will be told about your treatment. You can also reach Dr. Sudhir Jadhav by calling his assistant on 93 59 446 447.

Kankal Clinic Pune – Bariatric Treatment in Pune

Intolerance to some foods differs from one person to another one.
The most common problem foods include:
1. Pasta
2. Red meat
3. Soft pieces of bread
4. White rice

Yes, you can. Obesity or overweight makes it hard for any women to become pregnant, so bariatric surgery really helps at the time of fertility.
If you want to become pregnant, you should wait until your weight maintains and up to 18 to 24 months after surgery. because fast weight loss and nutrition insufficiencies can injure a developing fetus.

Best away! You can walk even while you are in hospital. But you have to do it slowly by taking advice to your bariatric surgeon. If you raise weights or do games, stay “low impact” for the initial month (avoid contest, think participation). Build slowly over a few weeks. If you swim, your wounds require to be recovered over before you get back in the water.


After Bariatric surgery most of the patients join to work in one or two weeks. You will have low energy after surgery and may require to have some half-day to rest or work every other day for your first week. Your Bariatric surgeon will give you clear guidance. most of the time office work required you to continue your work as soon as possible even if you can’t. Your safety and the rest are very important – low energy can be critical in some jobs.
Several patients are concerned about getting hernias at incisions. That is never difficulty from work or lifting. Hernias are more often the result of infection.  if you do hard work you will not feel better.


Obesity-related difficulties will recover after weight loss surgery it involves the following:

1.Type 2 diabetes
2.Obstructive sleep apnea
3.High cholesterol
4.Urinary incontinence
5.Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
6.High blood pressure
8.Degenerative bone disease or orthopedic problems
9. Asthma

After gastric bypass surgery, many people can expect to lose between 66% and 80% of their excess body weight. Most of this is lost within one or two years.
After gastric banding, people lose 40% to 50% of their excess weight, typically within the first two years later the surgery.