A Saudi doctor reveals the name of a new drug that reduces weight within 6 months..and explains how to use it • Al Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper: Doctor Nayef Al-Enezi revealed the name of a new drug that reduces weight by 22.5%, and explains how to use it.

Al-Enezi said, in a video clip that he posted on his account with the “Tik Tok” application: The US Food and Drug Administration approved a “mongaro” drug that helps diabetics reduce and reduce the cumulative sugar level in those suffering from type 2 diabetes.

And he continued: The drug is intended for type 2 diabetics, and its results coincide with the presence of diet and exercise, indicating: One of the side effects of this drug is reducing appetite and weight loss by reducing stomach emptying of food, and thus gives a period of satiety for a longer period and suppresses appetite in another way.

He drew attention: Studies have been conducted on patients who suffer from obesity and others who do not suffer from obesity. It turned out that the percentage of weight loss is close, so it was used in people who do not suffer from diabetes, and it gave them wonderful results.

He added: The drug is called Mongaro, as it is one of the drugs that is used in certain doses at intervals of up to 6 months, and one of its positive results is weight loss.

He explained: The percentage of weight loss with Mongaro needles reaches 22.5% of the total human weight, compared to other needles that reach 15% of the total human weight, which gives positive results for this drug.

He continued: Mongaro needles are based on their idea of ​​using them in different doses, starting from 2.5 milligrams, taken once a week for a month, then moving to the second dose of 5 milligrams, which is used once a week for a month, then the dose is 7.5 milligrams, used once a week for a month, then Use 10 mg once a week for a month, then 12.5 mg for a month, until we reach 15 mg in the sixth month.

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