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Oral Semaglutide in Massachusetts

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Unlock the weight loss benefits of semaglutide without needles.

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Weight Loss With Oral Semaglutide

By now, you’re probably acquainted with semaglutide (marketed under the brand names Ozempic and Wegovy). You’ve likely encountered the advertisements, and perhaps you even know someone who has experienced weight loss success with it.

Semaglutide, a GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1) receptor agonist, plays a crucial role in regulating blood sugar levels and controlling hunger by interacting with natural hormones. Since receiving FDA approval in 2017, it has transformed the lives of millions, aiding in weight loss and overall health improvement.

However, traditional semaglutide administration involves injections. But imagine if you could harness the benefits of this groundbreaking medication in pill form. That’s where oral semaglutide comes in.

How Does Oral Semaglutide Work?

Oral semaglutide, a non-invasive medication, effectively regulates appetite and hunger, making weight loss more manageable. It also offers some protection for the cardiovascular system.

By lowering blood sugar levels through increased insulin production and enhancing glucose metabolism, it naturally suppresses appetite. This results in efficient food processing, energy storage in muscles, and accelerated fat burning, leading to weight loss.

Our Weight Loss Program is this easy

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Step 1

Initial Consultation with an expert weight loss professional to determine if you are a fit for our Semaglutide Weight Loss Program.

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Step 2

If our team determines that you are a fit based on their evaluation of your health, you will be sent your prescription and our Semaglutide Weight Loss Program Journal.

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Step 3

Take your semaglutide medication three times per week and have your weekly check in call with our staff to discuss progress and any questions.

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Step 4

Follow our program and watch the weight start to come off!

What Is Oral Semaglutide?

Oral semaglutide, a prescription medication for weight loss and type 2 diabetes, effectively curbs food cravings, reduces hunger pangs, and induces a sense of fullness, facilitating weight loss. By stimulating insulin production and enhancing the metabolism of fats and sugars, it encourages weight loss through natural bodily processes.

While most semaglutide variants come in injectable forms, oral semaglutide is delivered in easy-to-take pill form.. Marketed under the name Rybelsus, it’s also available at a significantly lower cost as a compounded medication.

Compounded medications are tailor-made by healthcare professionals for individual patients. These are formulated in compounding pharmacies licensed by the FDA or state Board of Pharmacy, ensuring all ingredients meet rigorous standards of purity, sterility, and potency.

Treatment With Oral Semaglutide

When you opt for oral semaglutide, you can conveniently take your medication in the form of a palatable tablet that’s easy to swallow and travel-friendly, eliminating the need for needles, even during travel.

Our practitioner will determine the appropriate dosage of oral semaglutide based on your goals, body weight, and BMI. Since you’ll be taking oral semaglutide under medical supervision, dosage adjustments can be easily made as required. Typically, you can expect to take your one tablet of oral semaglutide three days a week.

Comparing Oral Semaglutide to Injections

Numerous clinical studies attest to the efficacy of oral semaglutide, with participants experiencing an average weight loss of approximately 15%. Results indicate that oral semaglutide is as effective as injectable variants, if not more so.

Studies also indicate that oral semaglutide is better tolerated by a larger percentage of individuals compared to injectable forms, with milder side effects reported.

Local man on semaglutide for medical weight loss

What to Expect While Taking Oral Semaglutide

The dosage of oral semaglutide prescribed by your physician may vary. It’s recommended to take it at the same time each day, preferably in the morning, with a 30-minute gap before eating.

Consistency is key to experiencing the full benefits of semaglutide. If you miss several doses, consult your doctor, who may need to adjust your dosage.

The change is easy to make if you’ve been taking injectable semaglutide and want to switch to oral semaglutide. Just check in with our provider for guidance.

While some individuals may notice results quickly, others may require time for the medication to accumulate in their bodies before observing changes in metabolism. However, many report reduced appetite and cravings within days of starting treatment. Discuss your individual experiences with our practitioner.


Are You a Good Candidate for Oral Semaglutide?

As oral semaglutide is a prescription medication, certain criteria must be met to qualify for treatment. You may be eligible if:

  • You have type 2 diabetes, OR
  • Your BMI is 30 or higher, OR
  • Your BMI falls between 27 and 29.9 and you have another weight-related condition such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

If you have specific medical conditions or a history of those conditions, you may not be a suitable candidate for oral semaglutide. These conditions include:

  • Diabetic ketoacidosis
  • Type 1 diabetes
  • Serious kidney disease
  • Multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome, type 2 (MENS-2)
  • Pancreatitis
  • Thyroid cancer

Is Oral Semaglutide Right for You?

Have you been eagerly anticipating the revolutionary advancements in medical weight loss offered by oral semaglutide? If you believe you meet the criteria for this groundbreaking medication, we’re ready to help you. Our team can address all your queries, help you explore affordable treatment options with oral semaglutide, and guide you on the path to a healthy, natural weight loss journey. Reach out to us today to learn more.

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