What is Ozempic? how does it work? |Ozempic

Introduction: What is Ozempic? How does it work? Learn more in this article about the prescription medication used to help treat type 2 diabetes. What is Ozempic? Ozempic (semaglutide) injection is a once-weekly medicine that helps improve blood sugar (glucose) in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus. Ozempic belongs to a group of medications called incretin mimetics. Incretins are hormones that help the pancreas make more insulin and also help the body use its insulin more effectively. Ozempic injection is designed to release semaglutide continuously into your body after you inject it. Ozempic is only injected under the skin (subcutaneously) of your stomach area (abdomen), buttocks, upper legs, or shoulders. How should this medicine be stored?  ozempic injection is supplied as a kit containing one prefilled pen device and four needles for the pen.    Keep always in controlled temperature from 4 to 8 degrees Celcius. Better to keep the down section of the refrigerator closed in the packing and a plastic bag. Ozempic Dosage form Ozempic injection comes in three dosage forms:  0.25mg,  .05mg and  1mg Ozempic injection 0.25mg is used once weekly for the first month, ozempic injection 0.05mg is used once weekly for the second month, ozempic injection 1mg is used once weekly for

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