How does Ozempic ® on the your body?
High-quality randomized controlled trials have shown that Ozempic (semaglutide 1 mg) can lead to a significant weight loss of up to 15%.
Ozempic also has a good safety profile, with fewer than 10% of participants stopping the treatment due to adverse events and side effects.
Therefore, healthcare professionals can prescribe Ozempic for weight loss if they feel it’s in their patient’s best interest.
Why is Ozempic prescribed?
This is a drug used in type II diabetes mellitus, which is caused by a decrease in the sensitivity of tissues to insulin. Ozempic is indicated to reduce the risk of major CV events in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus at high CV risk as an adjunct to standard CV treatment.
How does Ozempic work on the body?
Semaglutide reduces blood glucose levels through glucose-dependent stimulation of insulin secretion and suppression of glucagon secretion. Thus, with an increase in blood glucose concentration, insulin secretion is stimulated and glucagon secretion is suppressed.
Why lose weight from Ozempic?
The active ingredient in Ozempic is semaglutide. It mimics the GLP-1 hormone that is released when a person has eaten. Thus, the drug stimulates the secretion of insulin, helps reduce blood sugar and reduces appetite.
One injection of 4 mg (3 ml) is sufficient for 8 weeks of weight loss therapy.
The package contains a solution for subcutaneous administration of 1.34 mg / ml, a syringe pen 0.25 mg / dose or 0.5 mg / dose of 1.5 ml of the drug in cartridges - 1 pc. + NovoFine® Plus disposable needles - 6 pcs.
solution for subcutaneous injection 1.34 mg / ml, syringe pen 1 mg / dose 3 ml of the drug in cartridges - 1 pc. + NovoFine® Plus disposable needles - 4 pcs.
Country of manufacture: Denmark
Manufacturer: Novo Nordisk A/S
Release form: solution for subcutaneous injections.
Does not contain hormones.
1 syringe pen 1 mg = 270 €
2 syringe pen 1 mg = 500 €
Other doses only on previous order