@ethanmcconkey thank you for your reply and the link to Victoza side effects. It was much the same as what I’ve read and researched already except it also had a good explanation about GLP-1 that I’ve been wondering about. In regards to my queasiness, it hasn’t affect what I eat at all. I’m just not very hungry ever and sometimes the thought of eating makes me feel like I might vomit. When I eat, the amount is way less than what I used to eat. It takes me a long time to get started, a long time to eat and often I will just suddenly feel full and feel like if I put 1 more bite in my mouth I might vomit. My husband is ending up finishing my meals &/or I end up having a lot of leftovers! Thus far I haven’t had more severe side effects like: vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain etc but I feel like I’m right on the verge of it. I just remembered from the last flare up I had of gastroparesis (2012) is that normally good nutritious foods that help control blood sugar such as high fiber, whole grains, legumes, fresh veggies & fruits are not tolerated well with gastroparesis. At the very least I see that this is going to be a challenging balance act.