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Semaglutide acts on your brain to regulate your appetite, reduce feelings of physical hunger, and helps with feeling fuller faster.
Yes- it helps regulate your metabolism by making your body more sensitive to insulin to take up more blood sugar.
Yes! Semaglutide improves body composition by reducing excess body fat, including abdominal fat, and increasing the proportion of lean body mass, or the amount of weight someone carries that is not body fat. The more body weight a participant lost, the greater the improvement in body composition.
Most common side effects include mild‐to‐moderate and transient gastrointestinal disturbances (nausea, constipation, loose stools, upset stomach, etc). Adding B12 to our shots helps to reduce these side effects.
The retail cost ranges from $900-$1600. Our Semaglutide + B12 shots range from $175-$300/month depending on dose, program length and add-ons.
You could see results as early as the first week. Healthy sustainable weight loss is 0.5 – 2.0 pounds a week. We have
patients who routinely surpass this rate of weight loss.
You will be provided a diet based on your needs. We recommend that you eat slowly, consume smaller meals, drink clear or ice‐cold drinks (like water or unsweetened tea) and avoid fried, greasy, or sweet foods to minimize symptoms.
Most patients tolerate the medication without any side effects. Some patients only report side effects during the the first week: belching, bloated, full feeling, or nauseas.
No, but if you have a history of severe depression your symptoms may worsen. We do not recommend this medication for individuals with severe depression.
There have been a number of postmarketing reports of acute kidney injury (AKI) and worsening chronic kidney disease CKD in patients taking semaglutide. We do not recommend if you have a history of kidney problems.
It can be used for as long as it remains beneficial for weight loss and/or weight maintenance and is not causing intolerable side effects.
We discourage alcohol consumption during Semaglutide plans as drinking may cause severe low blood sugar.
There have been no published reports of liver failure. As with any FAT loss program, gallbladder dysfunction may occur (ie- gallstones and inflammation), due to the large amount of fat lost. We recommend adding LIPOTROPHIC INJECTIONS to your plan to expedite the breakdown and removal of fat through the liver
You should not take semaglutide if you or anyone in your family has had a rare type of thyroid cancer called medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC), if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, have a type I diabetes, have severe depression, history of pancreatitis or kidney problems.
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