5 Real Reasons for Gaining Weight After Surgery

Fluid Retention

One major cause of weight gain is fluid retention in the body after surgery. The medical term for such retention is edema. Water is retained in the interstitial space in your body – the spaces between your organs. This leads to weight gain and the typical post-surgery bloated look.

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