Yes. This can be a common side effect of Semaglutide. We recommend Gas X and Pepto to help with symptoms.
When the scale has stopped moving, look for non-scale victories to keep you motivated. Using things like an In Body scanner can show you potential increases in muscle or water where the scale has shown a plateau in your weight loss. This can also help you to see more progress while the [...]
For best results you’ll want to ensure you are eating healthy food, but also make sure you are eating enough food. You often won’t feel hungry, but it is important to ensure you are still getting enough calories throughout the day to keep your metabolism up. We recommend following the recommendations and [...]
Digestive enzymes and pre/probiotics are highly recommended for more consistent bowel movements. If constipation occurs, supplementing with magnesium or Milk of Magnesia is recommended.
Yes. This can be a common side effect. We recommend taking omeprazole. If the heartburn persists please reach out to us.
Sometimes that “full” feeling can carry over to thirst. So it is important to stay aware of your water intake. Most individuals should be aiming for 0.5-1 oz. per pound of body weight. This is an ideal range but may be less with the feeling of fullness from semaglutide.
Yes. Injection in the leg/thigh works just as well as any other location and does help with decreasing the nausea.
Nausea is the most typical symptom and can be mitigated with more consistent smaller meals and maintaining a diet consistent in healthy foods. Simple tricks of smelling an alcohol prep pad, drinking warm water, or consuming things like ginger can help with the nausea as well. The third most common side effect [...]
Of course, symptoms do, however, correct as tolerance is built. Increased symptoms can occur when increasing dosage but typically resolve within the next few days following the injection. If a client is still losing weight at their current dose or the dose they decided to remain at, they can prolong increasing. Clients [...]
Yes, nausea can be a common side effect of semaglutide. This stems from the increase of glucagon produced by the body and the slow down of food moving through the digestive system. Nausea can also be worsened by long periods without food or fasting if your body is not accustomed. Nausea is [...]
Clients should consume, on average, 1 gram per pound of body weight. 1.5 grams of protein per pound of body weight is recommended to preserve lean muscle while in a caloric deficit.