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Semaglutide + Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) | Plan 1

Semaglutide + Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) | Plan 1

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Semaglutide

What is compounded Semaglutide?

Compounded semaglutide refers to a customized formulation of the medication semaglutide. Semaglutide is a glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist used to treat type 2 diabetes and, more recently, as a weight loss medication. Compounding involves the preparation of medications tailored to meet specific patient needs, often by combining individual ingredients in different strengths or dosage forms. Compounded semaglutide may be prepared by a compounding pharmacist to address individual patient requirements, such as alternative dosage strengths or formulations not commercially available. It's important to note that compounded medications should only be used under the guidance and supervision of a healthcare professional.

How much weight should I expect to lose with Semaglutide?

Semaglutide has exhibited notable efficacy in promoting significant weight loss, as evidenced by clinical studies demonstrating its capacity for individuals to attain a substantial reduction of up to 15% in body weight over the course of one year. These trials underscore semaglutide's strong influence on weight control, especially when combined with lifestyle adjustments such as dietary modifications and enhanced physical activity.

Is compounding considered safe? What standards do you adhere to?

Compounding involves crafting medications tailored to the specific needs of individual patients. For instance, patients may require a liquid medication when the FDA-approved form is a pill. Additionally, compounding pharmacies can produce medications from FDA-approved drugs that are currently unavailable due to shortages.

Compounded medications are meticulously prepared by state-licensed compounding pharmacies that adhere to FDA and state regulations, ensuring compliance with quality standards. When compounded in accordance with federal law, these medications are not required to undergo FDA approval, safety, effectiveness, or manufacturing review.

Our compounded semaglutide formulation utilizes a semaglutide base, which serves as the active ingredient found in certain other GLP1 weight loss medications. We strictly avoid semaglutide salts, as their effectiveness has not been demonstrated.

We collaborate exclusively with a licensed compounding pharmacy that meets stringent FDA and state standards for quality assurance and undergoes routine inspections.

Does the use of this medication prevent individuals with diabetes from accessing it?

Compounded semaglutide helps alleviate supply shortages of branded medications, such as Ozempic, for diabetic use. Compounding pharmacies contribute to addressing supply shortages by preparing compounded versions of medications in high demand. Despite guidelines and checks in place, branded medication supplies may still be under pressure, impacting diabetic patients who depend on these medications for managing their condition.

What sets compounded semaglutide apart from Wegovy and Ozempic?

Compounded tirzepatide differs from commercial medications like Wegovy and Ozempic in several ways:

  1. Customization: Compounded tirzepatide is tailored to meet individual patient needs, allowing for adjustments in dosage strength, formulation, or other factors not available in commercial medications.
  2. Availability: Commercial medications like Wegovy and Ozempic are manufactured by pharmaceutical companies and widely available through pharmacies with a prescription. Compounded tirzepatide, on the other hand, is prepared by compounding pharmacies on an individualized basis, often in response to specific patient requirements.
  3. Regulatory Status: Wegovy and Ozempic are FDA-approved medications with established safety and efficacy profiles. They have undergone extensive clinical testing and regulatory review to demonstrate their effectiveness and safety. Compounded tirzepatide, like all compounded medications, is not FDA-approved and may not have undergone the same level of regulatory scrutiny.
  4. Consistency and Quality Control: Commercial medications are manufactured under strict quality control standards to ensure consistency, purity, and potency of each dose. Compounded medications may vary in quality and consistency depending on the practices of the compounding pharmacy.
  5. Insurance Coverage: Commercial medications like Wegovy and Ozempic are typically covered by insurance plans, whereas compounded medications may not be covered or may have limited coverage depending on the individual's insurance policy.

It's important to discuss the options with your healthcare provider to determine the most suitable treatment approach for your individual needs.

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