Facts About Semaglutide + BPC-157
Injectable Semaglutide therapy consists of once-weekly subcutaneous injections for five months, with dosages increasing from 0.25 mg (0.1 ml) to 2.5 mg (1 mL). When using Semaglutide + BP-157, it is recommended that you eat a fibrous diet high in fruits and vegetables, consume high-protein foods, avoid foods high in fat, limit alcohol intake, and drink at least 32 oz of water per day.
The most common side effects may include nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, stomach pain, headache, fatigue, dizziness, bloating, gas, and heartburn. Common injection site reactions are characterized by itching and burning at the site of administration. Serious side effects and allergic reactions are rare, but call your doctor or get emergency medical treatment if you experience any unusual problems while using this medication.