Do providers prescribe semaglutide sodium?

No. The providers on the Qyral platform do NOT prescribe any salt-based form of semaglutide.

Some of the pharmacies that we partner with use standard ingredients such as sodium dibasic phosphate to stabilize the pH of the formula, but this is not the same thing as semaglutide salt. It is only an inactive buffering ingredient. All of the pharmacies that we partner with use FDA approved ingredients that are pharmaceutical grade and highly regulated.

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