OMEPRAZOLE: IT’S PRESCRIBED DURING BARIATRIC SURGERY…KILLING PATIENTS
Of these, we want to bring your attention to one called Omeprazole that is used for the reduction of gastric acid during bariatric surgery.
Some version of digestive disease affects tens of millions of people every year.I actually have some experience down this path where I was having stomach problems and treated the problem with antacids, but even these only target symptoms and not the root cause/issue.
They don’t fix anything.Again, this is where prescribing the right diet and probiotics would be more ideal because this is what would likely heal your insides.It’s common excepted “knowledge” that indigestion is usually caused by too much acid in the stomach, but we now know that it’s low stomach acid creating the problem.And if this is the case with your issue, taking a Tums will only make things worse. Not to mention, we can start to damage and kill off the good bacteria and intestinal flora in our belly by taking medications.
Side Effects of Omeprazole taking during Bariatric surgery:
Omeprazole Bariatric surgery medication bar prevents the absorption of vitamin B12 and the deficiency of this B12 can lead to:
- Neurological damage (leading to dementia)
- Damage to the central nervous system
- Red blood cell depletion (causing chronic fatigue)
- Muscle problems
- Respiratory problems
A large study by the Kaiser Permanente Institute researched the dangers of Bariatric surgery medication Omeprazole by monitoring over 26,000 test subjects over a period of 2 years. The subjects that took Omeprazole demonstrated over 65 percent of them had B12 deficiency as a direct result of taking the medication.This shouldn’t be taken lightly.This can lead to complications that can eventually lead to mortality.If you have an intestinal issue, do some research armed with knowledge and go to your doctor and ask them what you can do about your diet and lifestyle to permanently heal (and not redamage) your body. Meds are not the answer to everything and are mostly filling the pockets of large corporations at our own cost.