I have been taking Victoza since Sept 2013 at room temperature. At first I did not get any lumps giving injection in the abdomen. Then I had 2 stents put in my heart in December. More sensitive - stinging sometimes and aching after the shot, and, started getting lumps - very hard but small. Now they are bigger and gigantic bruising from the heart meds and aspirin. I have been told to move to my thigh. Although it is harder to get a grip on my fat there, no lumps so far. Still get bruises, too, but not as bad. I would like to hear about byopsies also, since my endo did not even seem concerned. BG is down and have lost some weight. I also take glimepiride since my exercise is down since heart work done. Hopefully, I can get off that and lower the amount of Victoza when I get more exercise in my day.
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