MORE COMMON SIDE EFFECTS OF SAXENDA
Saxenda can cause certain side effects, some of which are more common than others. These side effects may be temporary, lasting a few days to weeks. However, if the side effects last longer than that, bother you, or become severe, be sure to talk with your doctor or pharmacist.
These are just a few of the more common side effects reported by people who took Saxenda in clinical trials:
- injection site reaction
WE PRESCRIBE WEIGHT LOSS INJECTIONS
Our weight loss pens are UK-licensed, MHRA and FDA-approved prescription-only medication. In our weight loss programme, weight loss medication to a sensible meal and exercise plan helps you lose weight and keep it off. The medication currently prescribed in our clinic is either Saxenda (Liraglutide 3.0mg) or Ozempic (Semaglutide), which is the same product used by other programs such as ‘skinny jab’, ‘skinny pen’, ‘weight loss jab’, ‘skinny revolution’ etc.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN OZEMPIC AND SAXENDA?
The only notable difference between Ozempic and Saxenda is that Saxenda, or Liraglutide, is injected daily and Ozempic, or Semaglutide, is injected weekly. As well as this, Saxenda is licensed as an injectable aid for weight loss whereas Ozempic is off-label and in the process of being licensed under the name Wegovy. Otherwise, Ozempic and Saxenda are very similar and work in exactly the same way, binding to receptors to reduce appetite and fundamentally result in weight loss. We offer Saxenda and Ozempic, both of which are available online for weight loss purposes. Reach out to us today to find out how we can help you on your weight loss journey.
Please email to purchase Saxenda or Ozempic we will take you through a short consultation and our doctor will prescribe for you if you are suitable for the treatment
We are currently out of stock of Saxenda and Ozempic.