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If you have struggled to lose weight or suffer from weight-related pain, semaglutide injections may be able to help. Semaglutide is a diabetes medication that has been used to help diabetic patients lose weight, but it is FDA-approved for patients who are overweight and have at least one weight-related condition, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or type 2 diabetes.

Pain Zero prescribes weight loss injections in Ohio to treat patients and help them lose weight and start feeling better. These weekly injections can provide the support you need to lose excess weight when nothing else has worked. Let our physicians help you determine if Semaglutide could be the right choice for your weight loss journey.

Semaglutide is a glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist. These are a class of medications that help the body produce more insulin and help with weight loss by reducing the feeling of hunger.

In the body, GLP-1 is released from the intestines when you eat food. It stimulates insulin secretion and plays an important role in reducing appetite. Since semaglutide helps increase GLP-1 in the body, it can help with weight loss by helping you feel less hungry.

You do not have to be diabetic to use semaglutide for weight loss. Patients who have a history of being overweight or obese may qualify for these injections to help them lose weight and keep it off to improve their quality of life.

You may qualify for weight loss injections in Ohio if you have:

  • A BMI of 27 and at least one weight-related condition.

  • A BMI of 30 or higher with or without a weight-related condition.

Weight loss injections are prescribed by a physician and must be used as directed as part of a comprehensive weight loss program that includes reduced calorie intake and increased activity according to your ability level.

Semaglutide is usually self-administered once a week as a subcutaneous injection in the abdomen, thigh, or upper arm. Your provider will determine the appropriate dosage for you.

Initially, your physician may gradually increase your dosage over the first few weeks, allowing your body to adjust to the medication. Throughout your treatment, you may experience reduced appetite, leading to potential weight loss. Additionally, you may notice improvements in blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels.

It’s vital to follow your healthcare provider's instructions and attend regular check-ups to monitor your progress and address any concerns. With consistency and support, semaglutide treatment can help you achieve your weight loss and overall health goals.

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Do semaglutide injections work for weight loss?

Yes, semaglutide injections have been shown to work for weight loss, even in non-diabetic patients. If you have struggled to lose weight and have a BMI over 27, you may qualify for weight loss injections in Ohio.

Is there anyone who would not qualify for weight loss injections?

Patients who have a BMI lower than 27, pregnant or breastfeeding patients, and those who have a history or high risk of kidney disease, thyroid cancer, diabetic retinopathy, or acute inflammation of the pancreas are generally not considered candidates for this treatment.

How long does it take to lose weight with semaglutide, and how long will my treatment be?

Most patients see results between two and three months. You may need long-term semaglutide injections at decreasing doses, depending on your condition, to help you maintain a healthy weight. During your consultation, we will discuss a potential treatment plan and duration.

Are weight loss injections safe?

All medications, including semaglutide, have potential side effects. These may include low blood sugar, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach pain. Your Pain Zero physician will discuss these side effects with you during your consultation and how you can reduce your risk for them.

Do I have to do the injections myself?

Semaglutide is a self-administered, subcutaneous injection, meaning it is given just under the skin. So, yes, you must do the injections yourself. An oral form of semaglutide is expected to be available soon.

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