Is it safe? Millions of Americans take Saxenda and want to know if consuming both Saxenda and alcohol can be a negative duo. USH wants our readers to know that it is highly recommended to limit the intake of alcohol when taking any medication as it can decrease the effectiveness of your medications. That includes Saxenda. Know that there are different factors to consider when wanting to know if a combination of medications and substances is ok for you. Information recommended to share with our Pharmacists: Have you ever had any severe allergies? Any medical history or condition that we should be aware of? Are you taking any other medications or vitamins we should know of? Call our toll free number to request a consultation with one of our Pharmacists from our contracted Pharmacy department.
Should you be interested in using Saxenda for bodybuilding please consult with your local Primary physician as this medication is initially created to help those who struggle to maintain their weight get back to a healthy weight.
SAXENDA AND ALLERGIC REACTION
Are you worried about taking Saxenda due to the fear of receiving an allergic reaction? Talk to a medical professional if you have any doubts or hesitations about using this medication. It is important to not self diagnose once a doctor has prescribed you a new prescription. What we mean by “self diagnosis” is that we don’t go on the internet and start thinking this, this and this. Read about any medications you are currently taking and then read about Saxenda. Any questions that you may have regarding Saxenda or your current medications having a negative reaction please feel free to contact us at our toll free number to request to speak to a licensed Pharmacist.
WHAT IS SAXENDA WHY DO PEOPLE USE IT?
Saxenda is a prescription required medication for both adults and children to help control weight against obesity. Saxenda should be used with a properly balanced diet and with exercise. Did you know that both Victoza and Saxenda contain the same active ingredient which is identified as liraglutide. Therefore, these medications should NOT be used at the same time. It is very important to monitor the side effects of Saxenda should you experience any. This includes the following: Inflammation, vomiting, nausea, dehydration, kidney failure (which can lead to the need for dialysis) pain in the stomach region aka abdomen, lower back pain gallbladder problems which can include gallstones, fever, clay-colored stools.
Saxenda can cause a risk of low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Low blood sugar red flags include: Fatigue, depression, suicide, dark thoughts, sweating, mass headaches, short temper, shaking, dizziness, confusion, constant hunger, rapid heartbeat and off feeling. You should check your blood sugar prior to using this medication. Be mindful that Saxenda can increase your heart rate and should you feel any discomfort or have any concerns please do not hesitate to call us at our toll free number to request to speak to one of the Pharmacists. Remember if you experience any type of serious allergic reactions please be sure to stop using Saxenda.
It is very important to monitor any mental changes as well. Such as your mood, behaviors, thoughts, or feelings. Contact your primary Physician or one of our Pharmacists as soon as possible should you experience any mental changes that concern you or impact you in any type of negative way.
The most common side effects of Saxenda® in adults include nausea, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, injection site reaction, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), headache, tiredness (fatigue), dizziness, stomach pain, and change in enzyme (lipase) levels in your blood. Additional common side effects in children are fever and gastroenteritis.
Get emergency medical help if you have signs of an allergic reaction. Remember, some side effects may go away but the more “off” feeling that you are experiencing please do not wait around to contact a medical professional. Your life could depend on it.
Usa Script Helpers is an established Pharmacy partner located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This article is solely to bring attention to the current topic.Usa Script Helpers do not encourage any readers to deem this information as 100% accurate as this information is based off public information and surveys.If you require medical advice please feel free to call our # 1-888-646-7749 to request to speak to a licensed Pharmacist from our contracted Pharmacy department. Usascripthelpers.com is open 365 days a year. That’s 7 days a week to help serve you better!