Recently, there have been several studies investigating the effects of Ozempic, a medication commonly used to treat type 2 diabetes, on fertility and pregnancy outcomes. Mark P. Trolice, MD, FACOG, FACS, Board-Certified in OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, shared his insights on the use of Ozempic during pregnancy and fertility, stating, “The use of Ozempic in women of reproductive age should be done with caution and careful consideration, as its effects on fertility and pregnancy outcomes are still being studied. Women who are planning to conceive or who are already pregnant should discuss the potential risks and benefits of Ozempic with their healthcare provider.” Whether you are currently taking Ozempic or considering it as a treatment option, it is important to understand the potential impact it may have on your fertility and pregnancy. This article provides an overview of the findings from these studies, including the potential benefits and risks of using Ozempic during pregnancy or while trying to conceive.

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