Cop who was fat shamed by Shobhaa De admitted after developing post-operation complications

The Mumbai cop who was fat-shamed by Shobhaa de has developed post-operative complications after undergoing bariatric surgery

The Mumbai cop who recently underwent treatment after being fat shamed by Shobhaa De, has reportedly developed post-operation complications and have been admitted to a nursery home for further treatment.

After undergoing a number of tests, police officer, Daulatram Jogawat underwent bariatric surgery in Mumbai on March 2. He was discharged on March 7 but now had to admitted again after developing some complications on March 14.

According to a report in Hindustan Times, Jogawat’s doctor, Dr Vipul Garg have confirmed that his condition worsened after the surgery and have not been able to consume food for the last 36 hours. Additionally, he is also suffering from loose motions and difficulty in passing urine.

He further asserted he has informed about the police officer’s condition to the Dr Mufzal Lakdawala who operated him and have been in constant touch with him. The police officer is now undergoing some tests after which, the next course of action will be decided.

The officer came into limelight after Shobhaa De tweeted his photo poking fun at him. However, the cop gave it back to her saying that he did not put on weight because of overeating but because of some hormonal disorder.

While Dey invited criticism from several quarters, a number of hospitals and doctors came forward to extend support to the police officers. Dr Muffazal Lakdswala, an obesity surgeon at Saifee hospital, reached to the police inspector himself and suggested him for consultation.

Dr Muzaffal Lakdawala had said, “Me and my team are ensuring that he must get the best treatment so that he could be back on a recovery path. As of now, he is going through a series of tests and we are examining whether a bariatric surgery could help him. The reports will soon be reviewed and further actions will be taken.”

 

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