Semaglutide Weight Loss

Semaglutide is a medication and is used as an anti-diabetic medication for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Semaglutide can help with weight loss. Because GLP-1 medications help you digest food much slower. You may notice that you feel fuller, faster and for longer. Or, you may notice that your appetite is significantly reduced. Semaglutide should be used in conjunction with diet and exercise to improve glycemic control.

Our doctors have designed a safe and proven program for our patients to maximize life-changing benefits, including:

  • Increased muscle mass
  • Increased libido
  • Reduced fat
  • Improved sexual performance
  • Helps with cholesterol
  • Strengthens bones
  • Helps with diabetes
  • Sharpens mind
  • Improves mood
  • Improves skin tone and elasticity
  • Increases energy and stamina
 

$195 PER MONTH. NO HIDDEN FEES. INCLUDES LABS, MEDS, AND DOCTOR  VISIT!

FAQS

Semaglutide, and other semaglutide medications act like human glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), which increases insulin secretion and sugar metabolism. While we are talking about Semaglutide, it is not the only GLP-1 on the market. You may have also heard of Trulicity, Rybelsus, Victoza, Saxenda, Symlini, Bydureon, or Byetta.

Semaglutide is taken once-weekly in injectable form. It is taken subcutaneously, in a fatty area just under your skin.

Semaglutide as a label does not have an oral version, however there are GLP-1 medications that can be taken orally like Rybelsus.

The beginning dose is 0.25 mg once a week for the first 4 weeks.This will help give your body a chance to get used to the medicine, and lower your chance of uncomfortable side effects like dizziness, diarrhea and vomiting.

One vial option contains 4 doses of the 0.25 mg per week starting dose and 2 doses of the 0.5 weekly maintenance dose.

Some people will experience nausea, vomiting, stomach pains, constipation or dizziness. There are some other, more serious side effects like although vary rare:

  • Allergic reactions
  • Pancreatitis
  • Changes in your vision
  • Low blood glucose
  • Kidney issues, or kidney failure 

It varies from person to person but usually not more than a week.

Yes, It should be stored in a refrigerator when not in use.

Will Semaglutide help with weight loss?
Semaglutide can help with weight loss. Because GLP-1 medications help you digest food much slower.

You may notice that you feel fuller, faster and for longer. Or, you may notice that your appetite is significantly reduced.

Semaglutide injections are relatively simple.

They are once a week, the needle is very fine and small, and it doesn’t hurt. You inject it under the skin, hold it for 6 seconds and pull it out.

Compared to insulin, there is no pain or burning with the injection, and it’s an easy pen to use and store.

Time doesn’t matter. Choose a day that you’ll remember the weekly injection. When I was on Semaglutide, I used to take my dose in the evenings and on a weekend.

I did this because I would sometimes experience side effects, and the weekend gave me ample time to feel better. Plus, I could sleep off any discomfort when I took it at night versus the morning.

  • People under age 18
  • If you have a history of pancreatitis
  • People with a history of thyroid tumors, or thyroid cancer
  • People with Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Type 2 or MTC.

We offer semaglutide at a discounted rate for 4 month being $530 and 10 weeks worth being $1060

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