Our top five questions about Semaglutide.
The first question is how often to inject? Vials are good for 12 weeks with a single injection per week. If you're feeling sick after taking it or have nausea added to that, we can go over split dosing so there are fewer side effects!
Second question, how long does a vial last? Your first starter kit vials will last you 12 weeks. If taken as prescribed, your maintenance vial will last you anywhere between 10 and 20 weeks, depending on what your dose is.
Question number three, how quickly will I see results? The answer to this question is dependent upon the individual. Some patients see benefits in their first two weeks while others need several months
Question number four, does it expire? Yes! Your meds come with a printed sticker that has the estimated timeframe for usage. You'll want to refer back to this information if needed
Last question, How should I store it? Once your bottle is mixed with the water, you should store it in the refrigerator.
If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our clinic.
It is important to have blood work performed prior to beginning this medication to assess liver and kidney function as well as assist in identifying any additional underlying health conditions.