Weight Loss Drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy come under Fire for Effects
Shub & Johns LLC conducts investigation into prescription diabetic treatment medicines, Ozempic and the higher-dosage counterpart Wegovy. These drugs have recently become the topic of a fad, promoted by medical spas, diet clinics, and online pharmacies that aim to capitalize on the weight loss power of these medications.
With many consumers being inundated with ads on social media influencing them to purchase these medications, scrutiny has fallen on the drug and its promoters. Even off social media, consumers are seeing ads for the weight-loss drugs in public, on television, and elsewhere. The prevalence of Ozempic and Wegovy, especially brought about by their advertising, have brought the weight-loss tactic of the medication into the mainstream, potentially putting millions of Americans at risk.
Ozempic is a drug used to treat diabetes, and the higher dosage Wegovy medication is intended for obese individuals aged 12 or above and overweight adults with weight-related health conditions. Despite its intended uses, the flood of Ozempic and Wegovy advertisements lead a new group of individuals to use the drug.
EFFECTS OF OZEMPIC AND WEGOVY
With a new, unintentional group of individuals flocking towards these weight loss drugs, these individuals may start experiencing dangerous side effects. Wegovy and Ozempic users have reported downsides to taking the treatment, such as vomiting, fatigue, and weight gain once they stop the treatment. Symptoms may also include nausea, fatigue, and possibly pancreatitis.
Many of these advertisement companies promote Wegovy and Ozempic without properly alerting consumers of the risks the drugs pose. Have you seen these Wegovy or Ozempic ads? Have you purchased and taken the weight-loss drugs, potentially experiencing these side effects? Let us know! Fill out the form and contact Shub & Johns toda