Ozempic ‘oops’ babies spark debate about weight-loss shot use as fertility drugs

So far, the safety data looks promising.
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By Madison Muller, Bloomberg

(Bloomberg) ­ A surprising thing is happening to some women on weight-loss drugs who’ve struggled with fertility issues: They’re getting pregnant. That’s leading to questions about the safety of medications from Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly during pregnancy. 

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