Saxenda Pen

Saxenda Pen


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Saxenda is an FDA-approved prescription-only medication containing liraglutide and is only for subcutaneous injection use. Saxenda is supplied in 15ml prefilled syringes at a concentration of 6mg/ml. Each package of Saxenda comes with five prefilled syringes.

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What is Saxenda Pen Injection for?

Saxenda is more than a pill for shedding excess pounds but an instrument for transforming your way of life. Observe your self-esteem changing this way every time you use it. Specifically formulated for grown-ups grappling with excessive weight, Saxenda is grounded on scientific studies and has been approved by professionals. Start your journey to becoming healthier and more joyful!

How To Use It?

Prepare the Pen: Remove the cap and insert a new needle. Verify the flow of insulin by changing the dosage selector until you see the flow check symbol.

Set the Dose: Set the dose selector as per the medic’s instructions. Ensure the figure corresponds to the dose indicator.

Inject the Dose: Please pick an appropriate injection site on your abdomen, thigh, or top of your arm. The needle should be pushed through your skin with a needle presser until it reaches zero doses (0).

Dispose Safely: Once done, dispose of the needle in a sharps container, then replace the cap.

How does it work?

Injection: The Saxenda Pen is used to inject a precise dose of liraglutide, which is a medication behaving like a hormone in your body named GLP-1, helping control appetite and sugar levels in your blood. Dial the exact amount you need, and do it subcutaneously every day.

Appetite Control: Once you take Saxenda, it assists you in eating less by making you feel full and not hungry for maximum.

Weight Loss Support: Saxenda, combined with a healthy diet and workouts, allows you to cut pounds steadily and keep it off.

 Who shouldn't use Saxenda?

Liraglutide (Saxenda) is a medicine given by a healthcare provider's prescription meant to aid in weight control. It is not for all, but rather, some people are excluded. This group consists of all individuals having medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) either in their family or personal lifestyle and those with multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2 (MEN 2).

The effects of Saxenda on unborn or nursing infants are unknown so pregnant and breastfeeding females should not use it. This drug cannot be taken by folks who experience severe allergic responses to liraglutide or any components of the formulation.

Before considering Saxenda, individuals with a history of pancreatitis or gallbladder disease should speak with their healthcare provider. Advice tailored to each person should always be sought from a professional.

What should I be cautious about?

Habitually occurring side effects of this drug are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation. Signs that someone is experiencing low blood sugar include dizziness, confusion, and sweating. A person should not use Saxenda together with any other weight loss drugs, according to instructions by the doctor. If there are some conditions caused by the thyroid, pancreas, or gallbladder, your doctor must be informed before taking it.

Immediately notify your physician of any warning alarms that are not usual or signs that are less severe so that the medication is appropriately utilized.

The Duration:

In the early treatment stages, a lot of people observe changes. Weight loss usually becomes noticeable after 8 to 12 weeks with consistent use and while practicing a low-calorie diet and engaging in more physical exercises. It is essential to be patient and to follow your doctor’s advice because people respond differently depending on their age, lifestyle choices, and state thereof.