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Diabetes drugs Ozempic, Wegovy and other similar GLP-1 Receptor medicines are now being used as an appetite suppressant. Since it is not the intended drug purpose, consumers who use it for weight loss may incur major health problems in their stomach, intestines, gallbladder and more.

The US Food & Drug Administration Department posted in June 2022 that there are potential life-threatening safety concerns for these drugs. Anything from stomach and intestine blockage, to gallbladder and pancreas diagnoses like cancer. Patients taking drugs such as Ozempic or Wegovy, have an increased risk of many of these dangerous different conditions. In may 2023, the National Library of Medicine also published some dangerous findings on these drugs as well. The warnings are out there and you need to get a free claim review to seek compensation for damages.

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Serious injuries caused by Ozempic use can include:

Stomach paralysis

Stomach paralysis attributed to Ozempic is a serious adverse effect that requires immediate medical attention and evaluation.

Stomach paralysis is a medical condition characterized by the impairment or loss of function in the stomach muscles, affecting digestion and causing various gastrointestinal issues.Stomach paralysis can result from nerve damage, certain medical conditions like diabetes, or as a complication of surgery. Symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, bloating, and an inability to properly digest food.


Hospitalization due to severe complications

Critical Hospitalization Following Severe Complications from Ozempic Usage

Hospitalization due to severe complications after using Ozempic can involve intensive medical care to address issues such as gastrointestinal problems, organ dysfunction, or other adverse reactions. Patients might undergo extensive diagnostic tests and treatments to stabilize their condition, with the duration of hospital stay varying based on the severity and nature of the complications. Close monitoring by healthcare professionals is crucial during this period to manage and alleviate the effects of these severe reactions.


Cyclic vomiting syndrome

Unveiling the Link: Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome Potentially Induced by Ozempic Use

UnveilCyclic vomiting syndrome triggered by severe complications following Ozempic usage manifests as recurrent, intense episodes of vomiting, often accompanied by nausea and abdominal pain. These distressing symptoms can lead to dehydration, requiring medical intervention such as hospitalization to manage fluid imbalances and provide supportive care. Understanding this potential complication from Ozempic is crucial for timely identification and appropriate treatment of cyclic vomiting syndrome


Gallbladder Complications Linked to Ozempic: Exploring Cholelithiasis and Cholecystitis

Understanding the Relationship Between Ozempic and Gallbladder Issues: Delving into Cholelithiasis and Cholecystitis

Severe complications following Ozempic use might manifest as gallbladder diseases like cholelithiasis (gallstones) or cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), presenting symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. In such cases, medical attention becomes essential to assess and manage these gallbladder-related complications, often requiring diagnostic procedures and potential interventions to alleviate symptoms and prevent further complications. Timely recognition and treatment of these conditions related to Ozempic complications are crucial for preventing potential complications and ensuring proper gallbladder function.



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In The News

Potential Signals of Serious Risks/New Safety Information Identified by the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS)

FDA - US Food & Drug Administration

A potentially serious adverse effect of GLP-1 receptor agonists

National Library of Medicine

Woman sues drug-makers of Ozempic and Mounjaro over severe gastrointestinal issues


Ozempic, Mounjaro manufacturers sued over claims of "stomach paralysis" side effects

CBS News

Makers of Ozempic and Mounjaro sued over 'stomach paralysis' claims

NBC News

Ozempic, Mounjaro makers hit with ‘stomach paralysis’ lawsuit

NY Post

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