Ozempic and Wegovy Stomach Paralysis Lawsuits
Ozempic and Wegovy are two similar drugs made by the same company. Are these drugs responsible for undisclosed problems, like stomach paralysis? We are helping to investigate Ozempic stomach paralysis and Wegovy stomach paralysis claims.
What Is Ozempic?
Ozempic is has been approved for people with Type 2 diabetes. It is a once-a-week injection to manage blood glucose levels and HbA1c levels. Ozempic is a semaglutide medication.
What Is Wegovy?
Wegovy is an injectible medication approved to help curb the appetite of obese and overweight individuals. Like Ozempic, Wegovy is a semaglutide medication.
Are These Weight Loss Medications Safe?
Wegovy and Ozempic are marketed and sold as safe to help overweight patients. However, nearly all medications have side effects. Disclosed side effects include:
- upset stomach
- worsens retinopathy
There may be undisclosed side effects. We are investigating claims of serious harmful side effects caused by Ozempic and Wegovy.
While many patients experience the common side effects, we’ve discovered multiple patients experiencing long-term stomach paralysis. We understand that Ozempic and Wegovy treatments slow the digestive tract, this is how the appetite is controlled for weight loss. Treatment with either Ozempic or Wegovy may cause damage to the digestive tract.
This stomach paralysis is diagnosed as gastroparesis by doctors. Patients diagnosed with or experiencing gastroparesis after treatment with Ozempic or Wegovy should contact us for a consultation.
Weight Loss Drug Stomach Paralysis Attorney
Kane & Silverman is investigating claims of stomach paralysis caused by Ozempic and Wegovy. If you have stomach paralysis or have been diagnosed with gastroparesis, our attorneys are here to help. Contact us for a free legal consultation.