Any of the recommended remedies can be purchased at your local pharmacy. Links have been included in order to provide additional product details. Royal Medical Center does not have any affiliation with any of the brands or distributers on this list.
In clinical studies, Nausea was the most common side effect documented by patients taking Semaglutide. It is most common with the first shot of the first dose and the symptom alleviating medication should only be taken the day first two days of the shot. In most cases this was temporary and mild.
For patients who experience, Nausea, Diarrhea, Heartburn, Gas and Burping, take one of the following medications below:
- Link - Vitamin B6
- Link - Dramamine
For patients who experience diarrhea we recommend one of the two:
- Link - Minute Rice
- Link - Imodium A-D
- Link - Prilosec
- Link - Zantac
Take in the Am on the day of injection to prevent heartburn caused by Semaglutide.
Gas and burping
- Eat Slower
Please note, depending on which pharmacy you have, you may receive a 50 unit syringe or 100 unit syringe. We have placed an example below of where the 5 unit mark is on both syringe sizes:
Please contact our office directly at 844-965-0305 if your side effects that are bothersome have not improved within 3 days.
Please watch these two 60 minute videos about this medication to learn more: