Ozempic for Weight Loss

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Ozempic may help reduce the risk of constipation when used as part of a weight loss program.
Common side effects of Ozempic include nausea, abdominal pain, and headache. However, most people do not experience serious side effects from taking Ozempic.
In addition to medication such as Ozempic, lifestyle changes such as drinking more water and eating high-fiber foods can also help with constipation. Exercise and increasing physical activity can also be beneficial in relieving symptoms.
It may take several weeks for Ozempic to start working for constipation relief. However, you should discuss this timeline with your healthcare provider since everyone's response will vary depending on their individual health condition.