What is the dosage of my medication?

A licensed healthcare provider will carefully review your health information and perform a personalized assessment, and prescribe the specific dosage of semaglutide for your compounded medication. The program is designed to be easy to follow. The typical dosage regimen involves starting with 5 units once a week for the first 4 weeks, increasing to 10 units once a week for the next 4 weeks, and then further increasing to 20 units once a week for the following 4 weeks. However, this regimen can vary depending on your individual health needs as determined by your licensed healthcare provider and on the pharmacy that ships to your state of residence.

Additionally, after each 3-month period, your licensed healthcare provider will conduct a  reassessment to determine whether your current dosage should be maintained or adjusted.  

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