What happens when you stop taking weight-loss drugs?

Are you prepared for the side effects?

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19/06/24 | StarsInsider

HEALTH Ozempic

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 42% of Americans are obese, and 65% say willpower alone isn’t enough for most people who are trying to lose weight. While weight-loss aids have been around for decades, a new class of weight-loss drugs, including brands like Ozempic and Wegovy, has soared in popularity. Around one in eight American adults has used weight-loss drugs, but factors including cost, a shortage of medications, and side effects have made many people stop.

But what happens when you stop taking weight-loss drugs? Fortunately, this gallery contains all you need to know. Click on to discover more.

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