Victoza - Do you get over the nausea, lifelessness feeling?

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5 Sep 2010

You may find these comments from Victoza users interesting
http://www.drugs.com/comments/liraglutide/victoza.html
Nausea is a very common side effect and often reason for patients to stop treatment.
Good luck.

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marls5754 6 Dec 2010

although i was experiencing gastritis prior to taking Victoza and am on a gastritis medication, the gastritis has gotten worse and i've developed terrible burning of my eyes, lips, tongue and throat. I am also feeling edgy. Don't want to stop because i need to get weight off for health issues and nothing else has worked.

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