Yes. In a lawsuit filed on August 2, 2023, Jaclyn Bjorklund, a 44-year-old Louisiana woman, is claiming she has experienced severe injuries due to her use of Ozempic, manufactured by Novo Nordisk, which was prescribed by her doctor. The injectable medication, developed to manage diabetes, has also gained popularity for weight loss. Attorneys for Jaclyn Bjorklund claim that she used Ozempic for over a year before developing gastroparesis. The woman has suffered from "severe vomiting, stomach pain, gastrointestinal burning, being hospitalized for stomach issues on several occasions including visits to the emergency room, teeth falling out due to excessive vomiting, requiring additional medications to alleviate her excessive vomiting, and throwing up whole food hours after eating," according to the lawsuit.
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