1. Can Liraglutide be Used With Insulin?

    Can Liraglutide be Used With Insulin?Some patients can take Liraglutide and insulin together, but only in very specific circumstances. We learn more about which patients could take both medications and why you'd need them.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 11/08/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Can Liraglutide be Used With Insulin?You may already know...
  2. Liraglutide vs Dulaglutide: Which is better for weight loss?

    Liraglutide vs Dulaglutide: Which is better for weight loss?Learn more about the differences between Dulaglutide (Trulicity) and Liraglutide (Saxenda) and what that means for your weight loss treatment.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 04/08/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Liraglutide vs Dulaglutide: Which is better for weight loss?If you’ve been investigating GLP-1 receptor agonists...
  3. Can Saxenda Make You Tired?

    Can Saxenda Make You Tired?Fatigue is a common side effect of medicines, so you may wonder if it will affect you while taking Saxenda. We explain why you may experience fatigue and when you should see a doctor.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 02/08/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Can Saxenda Make You Tired?Feeling...
  4. Saxenda and Pregnancy

    Saxenda and PregnancyLearn more about getting pregnant while you're taking Saxenda for weight loss and what the next steps in your treatment would look like.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 28/07/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Saxenda and PregnancyPregnancy brings about so many new experiences, changes to your body, new dimensions to your relationships...
  5. Does Saxenda Cause Constipation?

    Does Saxenda Cause Constipation?Learn more about why Saxenda causes constipation and what you can do to relieve your symptoms during your weight loss treatment.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 22/07/2021 by Professor Frank Joseph Does Saxenda Cause Constipation?Digestive symptoms are some of the most common side effects of Saxenda, so it’s no surprise...
  6. Does Saxenda Have to be Refrigerated?

    Does Saxenda Have to be Refrigerated?MyBMI explain how you should store Saxenda pens, what you should do if one gets warm, and how we keep them refrigerated until they get to you.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 19/07/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Does Saxenda Have to be Refrigerated?Taking Saxenda is different to taking...
  7. How Does Tirzepatide Work?

    How Does Tirzepatide Work?Tirzepatide is a type 2 diabetes medication that’s seeing some very interesting results in patients. Learn how Tirzepatide works.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 15/07/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph How Does Tirzepatide Work? You may have seen breaking news about a new medication for type 2 diabetes patients that could be...
  8. Comparing The Side Effects of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists

    Comparing The Side Effects of GLP-1 Receptor AgonistsKnowing the side effects of medication is important, especially when taking GLP-1 agonists. We reveal the most common symptoms you could see during your treatment.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 05/07/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph Comparing The Side Effects of GLP-1 Receptor Agonists If you’ve been considering...
  9. How do GLP-1 Receptor Agonists Work? Mechanism of Action Explained

    How do GLP-1 Receptor Agonists Work? Mechanism of Action ExplainedLearn more about GLP-1 receptor agonists and their mechanism of action, or how they work. myBMI's expert team explain it all.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 27/06/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph How do GLP-1 Receptor Agonists Work? Mechanism of Action Explained When you investigate weight...
  10. What Are GIP Receptor Agonists?

    What are GIP Receptor Agonists?Learn how GIP receptor agonists can interact with your hunger hormones to help you lose weight and how they work with GLP-1 receptor agonists.Start my consultation This content was reviewed and approved for its accuracy on 20/06/2022 by Professor Frank Joseph What Are GIP Receptor Agonists?GIP receptor agonists are a type of medication that interacts with...

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