During your ReShape Gastric Balloon implantation period, it’s extremely important to take the prescribed medications from your healthcare provider. Prescribed medications will include antispasmodics, antiemetics and pain relievers which are important to help manage post-procedure symptoms such as soreness and nausea.
As you are approaching the six month mark for your ReShape Balloon Procedure, it’s time to start planning for your ReShape Balloon removal. This is a significant milestone! The instructions that follow will help make sure the procedure goes smoothly and maintain your weight loss when the balloons are no longer in your stomach.
When doing your research for alternative weight loss options, you may run across several gastric balloon options. With an increasing number of obese adults in the US and a growing demand for non-invasive procedures, it is important to understand key differentiators between these options. Here are the five key features of the Reshape Dual Balloon.
If the event occurs where the gastric balloon deflates while still implanted, don’t worry! The ReShape Dual Balloon’s safety features have been designed to help you realize if the balloons have deflated, as well as to keep the device anchored in your stomach until you can meet with your physician to get the balloons replaced.