Victoza is a brand name for a medication called Liraglutide, a GLP1 analogue, approved for diabetes which can also help indirectly with weight loss. A higher dose of the exact same medication was recently FDA approved under the brand name Saxenda for weight loss. More on this coming soon.
Frequently asked questions regarding Victoza
- Is victoza dangerous?
- Is victoza hard on kidneys?
- Can victoza cause headaches?
- Does victoza cause hair loss?
- Can I take Victoza before bed?
- Can I stop victoza cold turkey?
- Can I take Victoza twice a day?
- Should victoza be refrigerated?
- Does victoza curb your appetite?
- Is victoza safe for weight loss?
More frequently asked questions regarding Victoza
- Does victoza cause hypoglycemia?
- Can I drink while taking Victoza?
- Can victoza cause a heart attack?
- What does Victoza do to the body?
- Is Trulicity better than Victoza?
- Is victoza better than metformin?
- How long does a Victoza pen last?
- Can victoza affect your eyesight?
- Can victoza cause blood in urine?
- Can victoza cause thyroid cancer?
- Can you stop taking Victoza abruptly?
- Can victoza raise your blood pressure?
- What is the best medicine to lower a1c?
- What time of day should victoza be taken?
- What are the bad side effects of Victoza?
- What happens if you take too much Victoza?
- What is the average weight loss on Victoza?
- How long can you take Victoza for weight loss?
- Where is the best place to give a victoza shot?
- How long does it take Victoza to lower blood sugar?