A New Era of Weight Loss
Unlock the Power of Semaglutide GLP-1
Semaglutide is a breakthrough treatment for weight management, designed to work with your body’s natural systems. Here’s how:
- Mimics Natural Hormones: Semaglutide is inspired by a hormone in your gut, helping to regulate your appetite by amplifying feelings of fullness after eating.
- Curbs Appetite: By working directly on the brain’s appetite center, Semaglutide helps reduce the amount of food you desire, leading to reduced calorie intake.
- Proven Results: With Semaglutide, many individuals experience significant weight loss by combining it with a balanced diet and regular exercise.
Step into a science-backed, efficient weight management solution. Embrace the Semaglutide revolution.
Clinically Proven Weight Loss Results
Semaglutide is a groundbreaking GLP-1 medication that has completely changed the game in weight loss treatment. Clinical studies have shown the average person lost 15% of their body weight after one year of taking Semaglutide. For the average patient, that’s 24-36 lbs.
This graph shows a study where participants (with BMI >30) took Semaglutide each week for a year. The treatment group lost about 15% of their body weight. (That would be 37 lbs for a 250 lb individual.)
Remote Health Solutions gives patients a comprehensive weight loss plan that includes appropriate prescriptions, lab work, and lifestyle guidance. We’re here to help you achieve the weight loss you’re looking for.
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Semaglutide GLP-1 Program
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Frequently Asked Questions
Semaglutide for weight loss is generally well-tolerated, but like any medication, it can cause side effects in some people. Some of the common side effects that people may experience while taking Semaglutide for weight loss include:
- Stomach pain
- Decreased appetite
In addition to these common side effects, Semaglutide can also cause rare but serious side effects, such as pancreatitis, gallbladder disease, and kidney problems. If you experience any unusual symptoms or side effects while taking Semaglutide for weight loss, it’s important to talk to your healthcare provider right away.
Semaglutide is a medication used for weight loss and blood sugar control, and it’s available in different forms. Ozempic and Wegovy are two FDA-approved brand-name medications that contain Semaglutide as the active ingredient. All three are self-administered subcutaneous injections and are prescribed by a doctor.
Compounded Semaglutide is a custom-made version of the medication that is prepared by a compounding pharmacy. It is prepared by a licensed pharmacist according to the prescription and specifications provided by a healthcare provider.
In general, the monthly cost of Semaglutide for weight loss is less expensive (ranging from about $500-800 per month) than a brand name drug like Ozempic, which typically costs between $1500-2000 per month.
It’s important to note that the cost of Semaglutide medical weight loss program includes more than just the medication. Typically, the program involves regular appointments with a healthcare provider, dietary counseling, and physical activity recommendations, among other things.
Therefore, when evaluating the cost of a monthly subscription, it’s essential to consider the value of the overall program, as well as its potential benefits in terms of improved health and quality of life. Ultimately, the most acceptable pricing for a monthly subscription will depend on your budget, goals, and perceived value of the program.
Compounded Semaglutide is currently only available as a prescription medication through your provider. Brand name products you may already be familiar with are sold under the brand name Ozempic or Rybelsus, for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and for weight management.
Compounded medications are custom-made by a compounding pharmacy to meet the specific needs of a patient. However, Semaglutide is a complex medication that requires specific technology for its delivery and controlled-release mechanisms. Compounding Semaglutide can potentially lead to dosing errors, as well as safety and efficacy concerns.
Discuss any concerns or questions about Semaglutide with a healthcare provider and only use FDA-approved medications as prescribed.
Consult your doctor before beginning treatment. Avoid if you have any known or suspected allergies to Semaglutide or any GLP-1 analogues, cyanocobalamin, or any ingredients used in the compounding process.
Precautions: Solution is slightly hypertonic and must be injected slowly subcutaneously. This is not to be used as an insulin substitute. Discard if solution is discolored or cloudy. Avoid in patients with Type 1 Diabetes and kidney, liver and/or pancreatic health problems. This medication is contraindicated in patients with a personal or family history of medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC) or in patients with multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2. Do not use if pregnant and discontinue 2 months prior to a planned pregnancy.
Drug Interactions: Do not take with alcohol, sleep aids, tranquilizers, or other CNS depressants. Avoid or use with caution in patients taking other medications that lower blood sugar.
Possible Side Effects: Nausea, hypoglycemia, diarrhea, vomiting, decrease appetite, constipation, abdominal pain. In rare occasions cholelithiasis and depression/suicidal thoughts.
Missed Dose: Do not take 2 doses at once. If missed dose was less than 5 days ago, administer immediately. If missed dose was more than 5 days ago, skip missed dose and administer next dose on the regularly scheduled day; patients can then resume their regular once weekly dosing schedule. Contact your physician or pharmacist for instructions.
Storage: Keep in original amber container and protect from light. Store in a refrigerator. Do not use if solution appears cloudy or with particulate matter. Once the rubber stopper has been punctured on single-dose vials, the product should be used immediately and should never be stored. Any remaining product should be discarded. Multi-dose vials can be used for 28 days after puncture.
Visual Description: The injectable preparation is a nearly clear, red solution. Do not use if cloudy or precipitates are observed. This information is a summary and considered supplemental literature that does not contain the information of this medication in its entirety. If there are any further questions on information that was not covered in this leaflet, please consult your physician, pharmacist, or other professional health care provider.