... happen, may not, may subside, may not, diet, etc. I immediately switched to low carb healthy small meals. I'm a healthy guy as it is. I came across a user group on Facebook. Recently had a convo with a guy who was having side effects and shared my experiences. Said the drug is not for everyone. I went on today and all the comments were deleted by the admin. To me, that's super shady. Does anyone feel that people are hiding the truly dangerous side effects of this drug? I quit the drugs Thursday and dropped the doc. I know the drug works. Just not worth the risks of my life
There are some side effects but Victoza can be a wonder drug. It was for me. It dropped my A1C from 10.8 to 6.7, lowered my blood pressure and helped me lose twenty pounds
You need to ask yourself how Victoza worked for you- and 0.6 is not even a theraputic dose. Its a dose given to let your body adjust to the drug. you should see results only at 1.2 or 1.8
The risks with Victoza are generally mild and if you take to the drug, its well worth it usually.
What side effect did you have? What makes you so worried about it?
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