Victoza 6 mg/ml
Victoza 6 mg/ml Injection is a Liraglutide-based diabetes medication. It is used to treat high blood sugar levels caused by type II diabetes (non-insulin-dependent). As a result, it may prevent further diabetes complications such as blindness, kidney damage, stroke, and heart attack. It works by increasing insulin production (a hormone that enables your body to use sugar).
Side effects of Victoza 6 mg/ml Injection include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, taste change, and stomach pain. This medication may impair your vision and/or make you dizzy. As a result, avoid activities such as driving a car or operating machinery after taking this medication.
Victoza 6 mg/ml Injection is administered in a hospital or clinic by a qualified healthcare professional. You will be closely monitored for any signs of allergy, such as rashes, redness, difficulty breathing, and so on.
Victoza 6 mg/ml Injection should not be used if you are allergic to it. Before taking this medication, tell your doctor if you have heart or liver problems, or if you are deficient in vitamin B12. Please inform our doctor if you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or breastfeeding.
Victoza 6 mg Injection has both major and minor side effects.
- Bladder discomfort
- Appetite loss
- Vomiting and nausea
- Having difficulty sleeping
- Nasal congestion
- Vision distortion
Uses of Victoza 6 mg Injection
- Diabetes Type 2
- Weight loss
Victoza 6 mg Injection is typically administered by a qualified healthcare professional prior to and during a surgical procedure in a clinical/hospital setting, so the possibility of a missed dose is very low.
Overdoes are extremely unlikely because Victoza 6 mg Injection is administered in a hospital setting by a qualified healthcare professional. If an overdose is suspected, the doctor will initiate emergency medical treatment.
Special population warnings
- 6 mg Victoza If you are pregnant, it is not advised to use injection because it may harm your developing child. In such cases, your doctor will recommend another medication with similar therapeutic effects.
- It is unknown whether Victoza 6 mg Injection is excreted in breast milk. As a result, it is not recommended for use while breastfeeding. If you are breastfeeding, you should consult your doctor.
- Acute gallbladder disease
- Victoza 6 mg If you have a history of gallbladder problems, you should use injection with extreme caution because it may aggravate or worsen your condition. In such cases, your doctor may adjust your dose or recommend another medication.
- Hypoglycaemia is a condition characterised by a drop-in blood glucose level. If you are prone to low blood glucose levels, use Victoza 6 mg Injection with caution. Regularly check your blood glucose levels.
- It Always have a quick-acting sugar source on hand (like sugar candy or fruit juice).
How long does it take for this medication to work?
6 mg Victoza It takes a few days for injection to take effect.
How long does this medication’s effect last?
Victoza 6 mg Injection has a 24-hour duration of action.
Is it okay to drink alcohol while taking this medication?
Alcohol consumption is not advised during Victoza 6 mg Injection treatment due to the increased risk of severe side effects.
Is this a habit-forming drug?
Victoza 6 mg Injection has not been linked to any habit-forming properties.
Is it safe to take this medication while pregnant?
6 mg Victoza If you are pregnant, it is not advised to use injection because it may harm your developing child. In such cases, your doctor will recommend another medication with similar therapeutic effects.
Is it safe to take this medication while breastfeeding?
It is unknown whether Victoza 6 mg Injection is excreted in breast milk. As a result, it is not recommended for use while breastfeeding. If you are breastfeeding, you should consult your doctor.