5 Sep 2010
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Nausea is a very common side effect and often reason for patients to stop treatment.
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- Side Effects of Victoza (detailed)
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1 answer • 28 Aug 2011
... disappears pretty quickly,i have read that the nausea goes away but does the feeling of fullness remain whilst on victoza or does that disappear ...
2 answers • 1 Mar 2013
I have been taking Victoza for about 6 months. I am supposed to take 1.8mg per day. Every time I take more than 1.2mg per day I get nausea. I really ...
1 answer • 17 Oct 2013
I am currently taking my dose at 10 PM, but was considering changing to a morning dose. Not sure if others have found better drug response and/or ...
0 answers • 13 Nov 2014