How Does Our Semaglutide Shot Differ From Ozempic?
Ozempic is the brand name, whereas Semaglutide is the name of the actual compound/active ingredient itself. As a result, the effects are basically the same, although Ozempic is typically sold at a relatively low dose compared to other typical doses of Semaglutide.
Semaglutide Side Effects
Some of the side effects associated with Semaglutide include:
- Abdominal pain
There are also less-common side effects, such as allergic reactions, kidney problems, and low blood sugar. Also, in people with heart problems, it can damage the retina of the eye in some cases. Talk to your doctor before beginning a Semaglutide regimen.
Patients should be aware of the following contraindications. If either of these conditions have been recorded in either your personal history or your family history, you should avoid taking Semaglutide:
- Medullary thyroid carcinoma
- Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia syndrome type 2