results that I was before. I can still go up to the highest dosage, but is my body going to adjust that as well? Then what? I love what it is doing for me and I don't want it to stop! Anyone else had this problem?
Hi, i've just had a look on a website that explains victoza dosage, and it seems that it is common practice to start the medication on the low dose of 0.6 so that the body can adjust to it and to reduce the side effects of nausea and vomiting. This dose is so low that you may not see any results with it. Increasing to the 1.2 dose in the second week should start making a difference. Some people decide to increase further to the 1.8 dose (with their doctors permission) which is fine, and nothing to be concerned about. I would ask how long you have been on the 1.2 dose though? You should give it at least a week before you increase the medication. Hope this helps
- Victoza Information for Consumers
- Victoza Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Victoza (detailed)
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