Semaglutide (Ozempic) and Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) For Weight Loss
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We are currently offering a telemedicine consult, prescription, and 6 week supply of Semaglutide (Ozempic) or Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) for one all inclusive rate.
Consult + Semaglutide 4 mg: $600
Consult + Semaglutide 10 mg: $725
Consult + Tirzepatide 25 mg: $700
We have the Medication in stock ready to be picked up at our partner pharmacy or delivered to your home for a delivery fee.
**Please note you will only be charged if you qualify for treatment and the medication is dispensed.**
Semaglutide is the generic name for Ozempic and Wegovy, the GLP-1 medication that is rapidly gaining popularity as a safe and effective long term option for weight loss.
In order to increase the efficacy, and offset some of the side effects, our pharmacists have developed what we are calling Semaglutide+. The cocktail consists of Semaglutide (Ozempic) combined with BPC157 (gastro protective peptide), and Vitamin B6 that is administered Subcutaneously once a week.
The medication dosing can be adjusted based on how you tolerate the medication and your weight loss goals.
If you do not feel comfortable administering the medication we can even send a nurse to your home to administer it for you!
Tirzepatide is the generic name for Mounjaro. Tirzepatide is also a GLP-1 medication but also has acts as a GIP agonist. The result is a medication that produces weight loss that is slightly greater than Semaglutide in recent clinical trials.
In order to increase the efficacy, and offset some of the side effects, our pharmacists have developed what we are calling Tirzeapatide+. The cocktail consists of Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) combined with BPC157 (gastro protective peptide), and Vitamin B6 that is administered Subcutaneously once a week.
Just like with Semaglutide, the medication dosing can be adjusted based on how you tolerate the medication and your weight loss goals.
GLP-1 Medications Fight Weight with Biology
GLP-1's are different from older classes of prescription weight loss medications because they work on key underlying metabolic pathways to support sustained weight loss.
Recent research has shown that GLP-1 Medications as an adjunct to diet and exercise, was associated with reduced body weight and improved metabolic control.
GLP-1 medications are clinically proven to reduce inflammation markers, leading to decreased inflammatory response and oxidative stress.
Shift Set Point
GLP-1s aid in shifting your body’s set point (the weight your body fights to maintain) by impacting areas in the brain—to help curb cravings, make you feel full faster, and increase your energy expenditure.
GLP-1 medications slow how quickly food moves from the stomach to the intestines. This helps you feel full for longer by regulating sugar absorption in the intestine.
Improve Metabolic Function
GLP-1s medications regulate blood sugar levels by increasing insulin and decreasing glucagon—only when blood sugar levels are high. GLP-1 medications also improve whole-body energy metabolism by increasing insulin sensitivity of muscle cells and regulating fat cell development.
What to Expect
Semaglutide (Ozempic) and Tirzepatide (Mounjaro) are GLP-1 agonists medications. This class of medications are analogues of naturally occurring hormones that send a signal to your brain telling you are full. This "fullness hormone" curbs your appetite, decreases your food intake, and leads to significant weight loss.
The average weight loss is 15-22% of a persons weight while on GLP-1 medications such as Semaglutide (Ozempic) and Tirzepatide (Mounjaro).
Not only do these medications help you lose weight, but it helps keep the weight off by reducing your body weight set point.
Some side effects of the medication include but are not limited to: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, fatigue, headache, decreased appetite, dyspepsia, GERD, gastritis, pancreatitis.
These side effects are rare and typically subside with time as your body adjusts to the medications. Side effects are also dose dependent so it is important to let your doctor know how you are doing with the dose you have been taking before increasing the dose of the medication.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms please speak with your physician to decide whether or not continued use of the medication is right for you.
Semaglutide and Tirzepatide Dosing:
Semaglutide Dosing Regimen:
0.25 mg weekly for 4 weeks,
0.5 mg weekly for 4 weeks
1 mg weekly for 4 weeks
1.7 mg weekly for 4 weeks
2.4 mg weekly for 4 weeks.
Tirzepatide Dosing Regimen:
2.5 mg weekly for 4 weeks,
5 mg weekly for 4 weeks
7.5 mg weekly for 4 weeks
10 mg weekly for 4 weeks
12.5 mg weekly for 4 weeks.
15 mg weekly for 4 weeks
Do I Qualify For Treatment?
Currently Semaglutide and Tirzepatide are being prescribed for long term treatment of obesity and off label for weight loss. This means it is not covered by insurance unless you have type II diabetes.
We are prescribing it for our patients as an adjunct to exercise and diet to achieve their weight loss goals.
Contradictions to treatment include:
You are currently pregnant, or planning to become pregnant
Currently Being treated for cancer
Active Eating disorder
Active gallbladder disease
Active substance abuse or dependency
Type I Diabetes
Bariatric surgery within the past 18 months
Pancreatitis within the past 6 months or a history of pancreatitis caused by taking a GLP-1
History of medullary thyroid cancer or Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia (MEN) syndrome