Honos Habet Onus
But you still need to eat for sustenance. Does that not impact the ozempic? Or is it a super appetite suppressant that works regardless?I'm on ozempic, not diabetic but this shit really is a miracle cure. Imagine having no appetite, or rather eating breakfast on Monday and still being full from it at Tuesday dinner and that's what its like to be me now.
Also to everyone else replying in this thread, i decided to get back to people privately with questions and answers so if I havent gotten to you just bonk me. As you can imagine the last entry caused a bigger stir than I anticipated.
Onto Leth, so yeah you do need to eat but for some reason the ozempic is as you said kinda like a super suppresser. The way it worked for me was before I went into the hospital and way before I even heard of ozempic I could polish off an extra large pizza like it was nothing. Then in the hospital they give you the right food in the right portions so I was relearning how to eat like a normal person.
Then came ozempic.
Id eat breakfast and then try to eat lunch 5 hours later and get deathly ill to the point of vomiting because my gut was telling my brain "hey I'm full you idiot". Id try to eat dinner, same thing but maybe a little less. Like I could eat the soup, maybe some rice but trying to eat the chicken wasn't happening because now I was stuffed.