This article tells about the people who take Ozempic have reported many side effects.
Ozempic may cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach (abdominal) pain, and constipation. You should take it from your doctor if you have any side effects that bother you or don’t go away.
I wanted to lose weight. So I started to use Ozempic injection, and it made me feel bad.
The effects began the day after I started the first dose.
I was feeling exhausted, depressed, and unable to do my routine work.
I lost my appetite, which is the main thing this medicine does to make you lose weight. But it was like my stomach was blocked from eating. I felt sick.
Taking more doses of Ozempic for a month or longer, the effects lessened, but when I took the weekly dose, I regained the feeling of that effect for two days.
I lost weight. But the side effects of this medication made me crazy, so I stopped taking it after three months.
After this experience, I shared my reviews on my YouTube channel to help others.
I was not expecting how harmful the side effects are for people who were using it.
Let me summarize some of the Ozempic effects here, but I will link to a video for more details. If you want to read what people are talking about, click here and read the comments on the video.
Most common side effects of Ozempic injection:
the most common side effects that occur with Ozempic injections;
- Stomach (abdominal) pain
- Burping, gases, bloating in the stomach,
- Upset stomach, heartburn,
- Loss of appetite
- Mode disturbance
- Depression(rare but happens to some people)
- Exhausted, Tiredness.
- Hypoglycemia(Low blood sugar level)
- Headache, Dizziness.
Warning of Ozempic
If you get these symptoms, go to the doctor immediately;
- Some side effects of ozempic injection include vision changes and if you can’t see well.
- If you feel like hurting yourself, talk to your doctor or go to the hospital right away. It is a severe depression mode.
- If you feel pounding heartbeats or fluttering in your chest, or chest pain, call your doctor.
- If you feel lightheaded, like you might pass out, stop taking this drug and seek medical help.
- Swelling or a lump in your neck,
- If you have trouble in swallowing, a hoarse voice, feeling short of breath;
- If you have severe pain in your upper stomach, spreading to your back, nausea with or without vomiting, and a fast heart rate because you might get pancreatitis, you should talk with your doctor.
- Contact your doctor if you experience gallbladder problems like upper stomach pain, fever, clay-colored stools, and yellowing of the skin or eyes.
- If you develop kidney problems that include swelling, or if you urinate less, call your doctor.
- If you start having severe diarrhea, go to the emergency room and stop taking Ozempic injection.
Ozempic side effects how long does it last
Ozempic(semaglutide) side effects are temporary. However, Ozempic is a long-acting drug; Once you stop taking Ozempic, your body clears it from your system over time.
The length of time your body takes to clear the Ozempic(semaglutide) from your system depends in part on how long you took it.
If you took Ozempic for more than five months, it might take up to 30 weeks for your body to completely clear Ozempic from your system.
If you took Ozempic for less than five months, it might take up to 15 weeks for your body to completely clear Ozempic from your system.
Watch this video, and read the comments section. You will know how Ozempic injection has affected people overall.