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Frequently Asked Question

Frequently Asked Question

Learn more about Semaglutide

You've got questions; we've got answers.

Below, we address some of the most commonly asked queries about our groundbreaking weight loss medication, Semaglutide.
Weight loss can vary depending on a lot of factors. In a recent study, it is shown that 1,961 adults that live with obesity and have other medical problems lose an average of 35 pounds or 15% of body weight. These same adults who took placebo lost an average of only 6 pounds or 2.5% of body weight. *Weight loss is best achieved and maintained with a better diet and heightened physical activity or exercise.
Aside from aiding in weight loss, because of its ability to stimulate insulin secretion, among other things, it also helps mitigate the risks of other diseases that often come with obesity.
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Dosage and Administration

Yes. You can do this by placing them in containers or detergent bottles and add a label ‘sharp object’. You can also contact your local health department to know where you may dispose of these needles properly. 
If you do happen to miss a dose or you need to change the day you take it, you can do so as long as it's been over 2 days (more than 48 hours) since your last dose.
Semaglutide is given once a week through subcutaneous injection, either in your thigh, abdomen, or upper arm. It should be done on the same day each week at any time, with or without food. How many times do I take Semaglutide? 

Other Information

Semaglutide will have different effects on different people. If you experience any, it is usually nausea, diarrhea, and even vomiting. For most people who take it, these side effects are usually mild and get better with time. Personalized doses from your doctor may also limit side effects.

As with many medications, there have been rare instances of angioedema and anaphylaxis.

Most insurance companies do not provide coverage for this treatment. However, we suggest reaching out to your insurance company to check if it's covered.
You should not take Semaglutide if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or if you have pancreatic conditions, a history of medullary thyroid cancer, or multiple endocrine neoplasia 2A or 2B.

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