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When should I call my doctor if I am obese?

If you are obese, call your healthcare provider if:

  • you have diarrhea due to your treatment for obesity
  • you have headaches or you feel dizzy
  • you feel like your heart is beating much faster than usual
  • you have concerns or questions about obesity, or other medical problems

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