How do I know which medication is right for me?
We offer a range of weight loss medications to meet your needs. After you sign up, we will schedule an initial consultation with a medical expert. Working together, they will help explain your options, based on your needs and goals. Because everyone is unique, you’ll see that we can’t promise in advance what exactly will be available to you; but once you make your choice, we’ll be there to help you all the way.
What makes SLIMR different from other providers?
SLIMR is a complete program, supported by the latest technology to make losing weight simple. For example, if you choose to use our compound semaglutide, we handle all the billing and delivery directly for you. Our goal is to make your weight loss path simple. We provide fast weight loss results with the help of a range of medications from trusted and regulated and state licensed pharmacies.
What can I expect after signing up?
After sign-up, you will schedule an appointment with one of our medical staff and meet your success coach who will help you lose the weight and achieve your weight loss goals. Once the medicine is prescribed, it will be shipped discretely to your front door.
What's included in the pricing?
Pricing starts at $297 /month. It includes:
- 1:1 telehealth visits with medical experts
- Dedicated success coach meetings
- Medication and supplies shipped to your home
- Access to Registered Dieticians for meal plan guidance
How do I get prescribed the medication?
One of our medical experts will discuss the right treatment options for you and devise a personal plan prior to being prescribed any medication.
How often will I have appointments?
Your schedule of appointments will depend on your specific program and medication.
Is the program completely online?
We’ve worked to make the program as convenient as possible.
How soon can I expect results?
Results vary, but patients often see results within weeks of starting treatment.
What if I'm not seeing the results I want?
If you’re concerned about the results of your treatment, please schedule an appointment with your provider who will help assess your results and provide feedback to help address your concerns.
What are these medications?
Semaglutide and tirzepatide belong to a class of medications known as glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists, or GLP-1 RAs. It mimics the GLP-1 hormone, released in the gut in response to eating. It interacts with parts of the brain that suppress your appetite and signal you to feel full. When used in conjunction with diet and exercise, it can cause significant weight loss — and a reduced risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease — in people who are obese or overweight.
How do these medications work?
The medications work by mimicking the actions of a hormone called GLP-1, which is naturally produced in the body. GLP-1 plays a vital role in regulating blood sugar levels, promoting satiety (feeling full), and reducing appetite. By activating GLP-1 receptors, medications like semaglutide help to control blood sugar, curbs hunger, and can lead to weight loss.
What are the side effects of GLP-1 medication?
The known side effects of GLP-1s are typically mild — especially when compared to the complications associated with being overweight or obese.
People taking semaglutide for weight loss may experience:
• Gastrointestinal issues, such as diarrhea, constipation and gassiness
• Stomach issues, including nausea, vomiting, pain or distension (bloat)
Gastrointestinal issues are the most common complaint among people just starting semaglutide. But you may be able to reduce the side effects by beginning on a lower dose and then slowly increasing the amount you take.
More severe side effects are rarer, but possible. Serious side effects include:
• Thyroid cancer—The government has issued its most serious warning (called a BOXED WARNING) that GLP-1s like semaglutide may be associated with a type of thyroid cancer called medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC). So far, this side effect has only been seen in laboratory studies using rodents, so the risk to humans has not been determined. Semaglutide is contraindicated in patients with a family history of MTC or in patients with Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia syndrome type 2 (MEN 2).
• Gallbladder disease
• Low blood sugar
• Kidney disease
• Severe allergy (hypersensitivity)
• Vision problems (diabetic retinopathy)
• Rapid heartbeat
• Suicidal thoughts or behaviors
Source: UCLA Health
What's the difference between Ozempic, Wegovy and semaglutide?
– Ozempic™ and Wegovy™ are brand names, and registered trademarks, of semaglutide medication manufactured by Novo Nordisk
– SLIMR is not endorsed by, affiliated with or sponsored by Novo Nordisk
– Clinical trials have been conducted with Ozempic™ and Wegovy™. Compound semaglutide is produced by our partner who is a regulated, State licensed, and Accredited compounding pharmacy.
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Are there any medications that can't be taken with GLP-1?
To be safe, we always recommend you share a list of your current medications and supplements with our medical team and pharmacist before starting any new medication.
What if I want to cancel?
You may cancel your subscription at any time. You must cancel before a new billing period begins to avoid additional charges. We’re here for you, so if you have any questions or need assistance with canceling your subscription, please reach out to us at email@example.com
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