Gastric Botox

Do you dream of reducing extra weight without problems or concerns? Gastric Botox is the ideal solution for you!


Stomach Botox in Turkey is one of the latest safest non-surgical solutions for losing weight and getting in shape. It works the same way as Botox works in the face area. When Botox gets injected into the stomach, it relaxes the stomach muscles, causing them to be severely interrupted, and it significantly reduces stomach contractions.

The effect of this procedure reduces hunger and bowel movement. Therefore, you will feel full after only eating a small portion. That will help you stop gaining any more weight, alongside exercising, of course, to get rid of the excess weight that you already have.

The injections in the stomach Botox operation are performed through a laparoscope since it is a non-surgical operation in which the doctor injects the stomach with Botox without any surgical incision.



Stomach Botox is only suitable for those who have some extra kilograms of weight or those who struggle with their appetite control; people who have failed to lose weight using different diets, people who could not maintain a healthy lifestyle.

However, this technology is not suitable for those who are overweight or obese or those who suffer from chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart conditions, or blood pressure.


The stomach Botox operation takes between 45 to 60 minutes, and even though it is a safe non-surgical operation, there are some instructions that patients should follow before the operation. Some of these tips are:

    • Stop smoking for at least two weeks to a month before the operation.
    • Refrain from taking any medication that may affect the gastric secretions, as it may cause some problems during the operation.
    • Do not eat anything for at least 12 hours before the operation due time.
    • Refrain from taking any medication that may cause blood diluting, such as Ibuprofen.
    • If you suffer from any digestive system condition, inform the doctor who will operate.


The patient must follow the following instructions to obtain successful results for his operation.

    • Do not eat or drink before the anesthetic effect is totally gone. If you do, you may, subconsciously, intake an inappropriate amount due to the effects of the anesthetic drug.
    • Do not carry any heavyweight or do any exhausting work for at least three days after the operation.
    • Strictly follow the customized diet and specific amount of food ordered by your doctor.
    • Exercise to burn fats.
    • Take a rest for a whole day after the operation, as the patient sometimes might feel dizzy due to the impact of endoscope and anesthesia.


  • Sometimes the doctor starts by spraying an anesthetic spray on the larynx area. Therefore, the patient can avoid any sensation of vomiting during the operation. There is no general anesthetic in this operation. The patient remains conscious of his surroundings.
  • The doctor starts injecting the Botox, located in the injection needle hanging at the end of the endoscope, in different areas located on the stomach inner walls. Injections are inserted into the muscles of the stomach wall in specific non-random proportions. Botox works on reducing the stomach movement by 50% of its normal functions, which makes the process of emptying the intestine much less.
  • After injecting all the amount of Botox needed at the allocated places, the doctor takes out the endoscope through the pharynx as it was entered. The patient can leave the hospital on the same day and return to his daily activities without any problems or worries.


Mark Topazian, Michael Camilleri, Jose De La Mora-Levy, Felicity B. Enders, Amy E. Foxx-Orenstein, Michael J. Levy, Vandana Nehra, and Nicholas J. Talley; Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Gastric Botulinum Toxin Injections in Obese Subjects

Raffaela Pero, Lorena Coretti, and Francesca Lembo
Joseph Jankovic, Academic Editor; Botulinum Toxin A for Controlling Obesity

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