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  1. Arti says:

    Although usually mild, a few can be more severe, which may result in your treatment being stopped. You should always read the patient information leaflet fully before you begin treatment. As with all medication, Saxenda can be associated with unwanted side effects. Saxenda has been studied extensively in multiple clinical trials to establish its clinical benefits (4 x phase 3 trials – SCALE Obesity & Pre-Diabetes, SCALE Diabetes, SCALE Sleep Apnoea and SCALE Maintenance). You must take extra care not to inject into a vein or muscle. The best sites for injecting are the front of your waist (abdomen), the front of your thigh or the upper arm. Saxenda is a self-administered subcutaneous injection that you inject under your skin. You cannot use Saxenda if you: You cannot use Saxenda if you: You cannot use Saxenda if you: You cannot use Saxenda if you:

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