Mini Gastric Bypass surgery will incurs usual risks of the infection & complications, when patients undergone with general anesthesia, however, other risks were minimized since the method was performed laparoscopically, meaning it is less invasive.
One of the more pronounced complication or risks was infection or leakage among the staples connecting the revised stomach pouch & intestines.
Another frequently caused risk was dumping syndrome, which will occurs when the food passes too quickly by the digestive tract, incurring nausea, diarrhea & dizziness.
Hernias at surgical site, ulcer & minor infections.
Major complications generally occur within 3 weeks after surgery. Staple line may leak, pulmonary embolisms & strictures are most common problems.