Indicated for diabetes management but can aid in weight loss as off label
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Type of medicine
Varies, based on dosing
Reduces blood sugar, slows food passage, prevents heart disease
Common side effects
Hypoglycemia, nausea, vomiting, headache, etc.
Use with alcohol
Avoid excessive alcohol consumption
Victoza, also known as liraglutide, is a medication originally developed to manage type 2 diabetes. However, its properties as a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist have shown promise in promoting weight loss and overall health in certain patients. This has led to its off-label use as a weight loss aid, similar to Saxenda. Saxenda is a brand name for liraglutide specifically approved for weight management. Both medications have similarities in their mechanisms of action and potential benefits when used off-label for weight loss.
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