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Use the sliders to determine your Body Mass Index (BMI), and whether or not you should contact OCC to schedule a weight loss surgery consultation.

BMI Categories

Underweight < 18.5
Normal weight 18.5 - 24.9
Overweight 25 - 29.9
Obesity BMI of 30 or greater

Your Weight: 184 pounds

 
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Your Height: 5' 4"

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Your BMI: 32
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What is obesity? Are you a candidate for weight loss surgery?

    About a third of Americans are obese and another third are overweight. In Canada, 1 in 4 Canadians were obese in 2011-2012, or about 6.3 million people; the proportion has grown 17.5% since 2003. Mexico's obesity prevalence is not that distant to these countries with 32.4% obese and…

Pipes clogged? BM after weight loss surgery.

Decreased food intake, difficulty on drinking adequate amounts of fluids, and iron & calcium supplementation can reduce frequency in bowel movements. Is there something you can do?   First, you would need to assess if there is a medical condition that is somehow impeding the proper function of the gut….

“Last Meal”

“The last meal” While you might feel tempted to have a “last meal” or a “private food farewell” you must be aware that doing so you will replenish your liver and ultimately enlarge it, diminishing the purpose of the pre-op diet and making it more difficult for your surgeons to…

Do I Really Need to Lose Weight Before Weight Loss Surgery?

Losing weight is very frustrating, and it gets even worse when you are being asked to lose weight before a weight loss surgery. So, what’s the point? A successful weight loss surgery starts with preparing your body for surgery. By losing the prescribed weight prior to surgery, you are ensuring…