Serious side effects of Ozempic

Posted by Ed 13 mths ago

Serious side effects of trendy weight-loss drug Ozempic can include: 

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Ed 12 mths ago
'Miracle' Weight Loss Drug Not So Miraculous
"When Eli Diaz lost 22 pounds in three months from taking the diabetes drug Wegovy for weight loss, she thought she had found a miracle fix.
She felt more confident than ever in form-fitting leggings and sleeveless tops.
Diaz, 36, a mom of three who runs a Naples, Florida, construction company with her husband, was desperately trying to get back to her pre-baby weight of 145 pounds.
She went from weighing 244 pounds in February 2022 to 222 pounds by May, taking weekly injections of Wegovy.
Then, after three months and paying around $3,000 out of pocket for the drug, which was not covered by her insurance, her doctors discovered an unrelated thyroid issue and told her to stop.
It was then that the “miracle” drug became her worst nightmare because she put on more weight than she had lost."
"Unrelated thyroid issue?"
Via MedicinePlus:
"Semaglutide may increase the risk that you will develop tumors of the thyroid gland, including medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC; a type of thyroid cancer). Laboratory animals who were given semaglutide developed tumors, but it is not known if this medication increases the risk of tumors in humans." 

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Ed 7 mths ago
Ozempic Semaglutide Deaths. Endotoxin Hits your Macrophages > Makes Exosomes > miR-155 Hits your Epithelial Progenitor Cells
Never cease to be amazed by the volume of Endotoxin Harms. My friend pointed out a paper on a Lethal Diabetes treatment Semaglutide and that led me to another fascinating paper.
On page 12 we find identified Risks:

the combined safety studies indicate the following as potentially clinically-relevant:

– transient acute effects (hypoactivity, suppressed appetite, reduced food consumption) at dose initiation

– diuresis and natriuresis

– gastrointestinal effects associated with delayed gastric emptying

- a risk for thyroid carcinogenicity cannot be completely dismissed but there is no greater risk with semaglutide compared with currently-registered long-acting GLP-1 receptor agonists

TGA states on page 13:

The sponsor has proposed international, additional pharmacovigilance studies to address diabetic retinopathy complications, pancreatic cancer and medullary thyroid cancer pending marketing approval. 

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Ed 3 mths ago
One side effect of GLP-1 medications for weight loss is "Ozempic Face." 
This happens when the rapid loss of body fat produces a hollowed-looking face, wrinkles, sunken eyes, and changes in the size of the lips, cheeks, and chin. To counter this, skincare companies are ramping up the marketing of products to 'fix' this side effect as these blockbuster drugs sweep the nation.
Swiss skincare company Galderma Group's Chief Executive Officer Flemming Ornskov told Bloomberg in an interview after this week's first-quarter earnings that its skin treatments and dermal fillers "should be able to restore this [Ozempic Face]."
Nothing a face lift can't fix!! 

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Ed 2 mths ago
The race to develop the next generation of weight-loss drugs 

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