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Which weight loss option is right for me?

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Tirzepatide vs. semaglutide

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Strength: Both semaglutide and tirzepatide have been demonstrated in clinical settings to provide substantial weight loss, but recent studies show that tirzepatide provides 30%+ more weight loss than semaglutide.

Side effects: While both medications have similar side effects, semaglutide tends to be better tolerated for the same weight loss, but this can vary on an individual basis.

Dose: Semaglutide is often prescribed starting at .25mg up to 2mg, whereas tirzepatide is most often prescribed at doses starting at 2.5mg up to 15mg.

Results: Start seeing results in the first week with both semaglutide and tirzepatide.

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How It Works

Typical experience for most patients.

Food Stays in Your Stomach Longer

You will feel fuller, faster. It's similar to the experience of eating dinner after eating an unusually large lunch.

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You'll Have Less Desire to Eat

Your stomach will stay full longer from your last meal. You'll find your portions will shrink. Impulse eating may decrease substantially.

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Weight Loss Starts

Weight starts to drop after just one week.

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95% of people who follow our regiment are successful at losing weight. (Don’t worry, it’s mostly taking the drug - no gym memberships required!)

Future Care

We may adjust your dosage depending on your journey.

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side effects

Like any drugs, there are side effects. It's important understand what you put in your body.

GI Issues: 

The most common is nausea, but may include diarrhea, belching, and constipation. Most of these occur in the first week. While most doctors let you deal with this on your own, we specialize in these medications. We help you understand how to minimize the side effects through small changes in behavior. If necessary we can prescribe additional medication.

Good side effects: 

GLP-1 drugs, like Semaglutide, manage your blood glucose in addition to helping you lose weight. Well managed blood sugar and weight loss have a myriad of well documented, positive benefits. It's part of reason every doctor recommends weight loss for heavier people. They include a lower risk of cognitive decline and dementia, lower risk for heart attack, improved cardiovascular health, and many others.

Headache:

Some patients report headaches. However, again, these are often alleviated with small changes in behavior (like drinking more water).

Serious side effects:

It's important to note that Semaglutide has shown to cause thyroid tumors and cancer in lab animals. Thyroid cancer has not been verified in humans, despite very large number of people taking the drug. The doctor will go through risks for your particular situation.

Avoid pregnancy:

Do not take if you're planning to get pregnant. Eating significantly less is never a good idea during pregnancy (with or without medication).

FAQ'S

  • Are Wegovy and Ozempic the same as Semaglutide?
    Yes, both Wegovy and Ozempic are brand names for the drug semaglutide. They are used to manage different conditions, with Wegovy being used for weight management and Ozempic primarily for managing type 2 diabetes.
  • What are the common side effects of Semaglutide?
    The common side effects of Semaglutide can include GI issues (nausea, constipation, and others). Most of these occur during the first week of treatment. If a stronger dose is needed, side effects can occur during the first week the higher dosage. These can helped by different eating habits and possible other medications. Like nearly all medications, serious side effects could occur including Thyroid tumors and Thyroid cancers. These are still being studied. Speak with our medical staff about your specific medical situation.
  • Do you accept insurance? What about HSA's?
    You can pay with your Health Savings Account (HSA)! At this time, we are not accepting insurance. Our prices are kept competitive with insured rates with this in mind.
  • Can anyone take GLP-1 medication?
    GLP-1 medication is typically prescribed to adults with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or higher, or a BMI of 27 or higher when accompanied by at least one weight-related medical condition such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, or high cholesterol. However, it's not suitable for everyone, especially those with certain medical conditions. Our medical professionals will help answer any questions during your evaluation.
  • I've heard about a current shortage of GLP-1 medication. Can I rely on your company to consistently provide this medication?
    Absolutely. We maintain a direct relationship with our manufacturer to ensure that we can provide a stable supply of GLP-1 to you at all times. For the most recent updates, feel free to contact our team.
  • What type of GLP-1 do you provide and where is it sourced from?
    We supply actual Semaglutide and Tirzepatide, not a salt, sourced directly from an FDA licensed, state-approved, and inspected facility. This guarantees the highest standard of quality for our customers.
  • Can I use my FSA or HSA to pay for my GLP-1 prescription?
    Absolutely! We gladly accept both FSA and HSA for your GLP-1 purchases, offering you more flexibility in payment options.
  • Is Monjauro the same as Tirzepatide?
    Yes, Mounjaro is the brand name for the drug tirzepatide.
  • What are the common side effects of tirzepatide?
    The common side effects of tirzepatide can include GI issues (nausea, constipation, and others). Most issues occur during the first week of treatment. If a stronger dose is needed, side effects can also occur during the first week the higher dosage. These can helped with adjustments to eating habits and other medications. Like nearly all medications, serious side effects could occur including thyroid tumors and thyroid cancers. These are still being studied. Speak with our medical staff about your specific medical situation.
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