Many people are using the drug ‘Ozempic’ to lose weight, and it seems to have given good results, however this did not last long as unexpected side effects began to be reported, in which they Face’ or ‘Ozempic Face’. Face’.
was the salvation of the drug for months who wanted to lose weight And social networks abound with comments and photos of amazing changes after using the injections prescribed for the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
And although Ozempic managed to lose several pounds in a short period of time, complaints are now pouring in from those who use it.
Reported side effects include severe nausea and vomiting, as detailed by the drug company, but this is the most common complaint. And it’s scaring many, the so-called ‘Ozempic face’A lethargic face that resembles an inflated balloon.
Everyone asks the question whether it is due to drug use or not weight loss Almost immediately.
According to experts, the use of Ozempic or other similar drugs has not been studied in patients with an index of weight loss healthy body mass,
Novo Nordisk, which also makes high-dose Wee-Go-Wee, and which is FDA-approved for the treatment of obesity, says in part:
While we recognize that some healthcare providers may prescribe Ozempic for patients whose goal is to lose weight, Novo Nordisk does not endorse, recommend or encourage the off-label use of our medications.
Experts say that when used without a prescription, the drugs can cost more than $1,000 a month.
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