Ozempic Side Effects: Managing and Controlling Them || Ozempic

Introduction Ozempic is an injectable drug for the treatment of people living with type 2 diabetes. Ozempic is also used as a weight-loss medication. Those who take Ozempic may experience different side effects, most commonly nausea and vomiting. If you are worried about Ozempic side effects, it is essential to know the most common Ozempic side effects, how they might affect you, how your body handles them, and what you can do to manage them. The most common side effects of Ozempic injection include: Nausea Diarrhea Vomiting Stomach (abdominal) pain Constipation Burping, gases, bloating in the stomach, Upset stomach, heartburn, Indigestion Loss of appetite Mode disturbance Depression(rare but happens to some people) Exhausted, Tiredness. Hypoglycemia(Low blood sugar level) Headache, Dizziness. Let me explain how to manage the common side effects of Ozempic. Ozempic Nausea & vomiting management Use of Ozempic injection or any other drugs (liraglutide, exenatide) that work by slowing down digestion can lead to vomiting. For example, with Ozempic injection, patients vomit because the drug slows down digestion. That’s why patients feel nauseous with Ozempic injection. You can relieve nausea and vomiting caused by Ozempic by using any anti-vomiting drug, such as “metoclopramide” or Domperidone. However, you must

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