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Saxenda The New Weight Loss Drug Explained

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I do an in debth description of the new weight loss drug Saxenda. It is a promising product with some concerns to think about. Useful info: https://www.saxenda.com/ Savings Card: https://www.novocare.com/saxenda/savings-card.html Product Insert: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/drugsatfda_docs/label/2014/206321Orig1s000lbl.pdf
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Victoria Dixon (2 days ago)
Thank you for dissecting it. This type of video is needed & helps the patient make an informed decision. Thanks again!
Lennie Page (4 days ago)
How about eat less shit and exercise, I know it’s a way out there idea 👀
Rewind Cover band (9 days ago)
What's your opinion on dosage? A lot of people in support groups are reporting greater success on the lower doses rather than the full 3mg full dose. Does the higher dose do anything other than make the drug company richer?
AifosEnna Zednanref (2 months ago)
Thank you for this video. But can you tell me.why they banned SIBUTRAMINE all over the world just because it leads to cardiac problems except heart attack, and allow these meds on sale which exposes you to different kinds of cancers and even have your gall bladder removed? Might as well bring back SIBUTRAMINE cause it gives the same effect of appetite suppression, only better and without the cancer.
Agnes Cleary (2 months ago)
How does increasing the amt. of insulin help you lose weight? Insulin is what drives fat storage!
Jeff the Pharmacist (2 months ago)
The mechanism that helps you lose weight is slowed gastric emptying. This makes you feel fuller. Insulin does increase fat storage.
Freda Ragusi (2 months ago)
Thank you for this video...I'm going to be starting this medication once approved by insurance co.its expensive but i still want to try it as i only have 30 lbs to loose.post menopausal weight gain...I'm insulin resistant so im excited.Do you feel for a short term use im talking maybe up to 9 months max it would be safe enough to shed these 30 lbs? Again thanks for the video i love watching health related videos.
Mhairi Mclean (1 month ago)
Freda Ragusi thanks for getting bk to me!! Sorry hope ur ok. Xx
Freda Ragusi (1 month ago)
+Mhairi Mclean im not on it because 2nd day I got INSOMNIA...I live with Intractable Pain migraines 24/7 so because I didn't sleep all night i woke up with a pain flare and was vomiting...I can't afford to go without SLEEPING so I had to stop it...insomnia was 3% of course I would be that percentage.
Mhairi Mclean (1 month ago)
Freda Ragusi yeah a have 30lb 2 lose!! Can u tell me how ur getting on with it! A live in glasgow and will need 2 pay 300 for it!! Thank u. X
Jeff the Pharmacist (2 months ago)
I can't speak about your personal situation, but the medication does look effective. Safe enough for the FDA :). I have had tremendous weight loss with a ketogenic diet, and I think low carb is awesome to help people keep the weight off while still feeling full if you and your doctor decide to take this route.
sidra khan (2 months ago)
Give me the cantant no. Plz I have alote weight plz help me
Susan Koo (3 months ago)
My doctor tells me there are brain receptors for victoza/saxenda. What physiological effects does that lead to?
Jeff the Pharmacist (3 months ago)
http://www.yourhormones.info/hormones/calcitonin/ Thats an article on it. It increases calcium resorption to the bone mostly.
Susan Koo (3 months ago)
What does increased calcitonin do to the body? Thank you, Jeff, for responding!
Jeff the Pharmacist (3 months ago)
From what I saw brain receptors may cause an increase in satiety. Also, receptors in the thyroid gland lead to increase calcitonin.
Matthew Austin (3 months ago)
Thanks!
Jeff the Pharmacist (3 months ago)
Thanks for watching!
patricia belgrave (3 months ago)
Can you do an explanation on Ozempic? why is it priced at $800,00?
Jeff the Pharmacist (3 months ago)
I did a video on Ozempic: https://youtu.be/a83zs3mwOIQ. These diabetes pens are always priced like this I think because they are under patent and marketed to doctors really heavily. Also, there is no generics and they wind up giving insurance companies rebates which is not reflected in the retail price. Often an insurance company will get a large rebate in exchange for a preferential placement in the insurance plans list of covered drugs.

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