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The purpose of Semaglutide is to produce feelings of satiety in patients who are medically overweight or obese. Lifestyle interventions of low-glycemic- index eating, exercise, nutritional supplementation, reduction/relaxation exercises, menu planning and a Daily Journal should all be used in conjunction with Semaglutide to achieve their weight-loss goals. Semaglutide may lead to rapid weight loss which can result in gallbladder disease. If complete appetite cessation results or vomiting occurs notify your provider right away.

I aknowledge that there may be potential risks and side effects associated with the use of Semaglutide. The most common side effects reported include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain and constipation. There is also a risk of delayed gastric emptying.

Welcome to our Semaglutide Treatment Weight Loss Program at Cosmetic Medicine of Coral Gables! This form is designed to gather essential information about patients interested in undergoing treatment with semaglutide, a medication commonly used in weight loss management and metabolic health.
Your safety and well-being are our highest priority. By completing this form, you will provide our medical professionals with the information they need to assess your eligibility and tailor the treatment plan to your specific needs. Make sure you answer all questions accurately and to the best of your knowledge.
Please be aware that the vial of Semaglutide may seem to contain a small amount of product. However, we want to assure you that the quantity provided is intentionally designed as a 7-week supply, following the FDA recommended dosing guidelines. Rest assured that the concentration of the medication in the vial is sufficient for the specified duration of treatment.
Secondly, we would like to manage your expectations regarding weight loss during the initial month of treatment. It's important to note that significant weight loss may not be observed during this period. The response to Semaglutide treatment varies from person to person, and it may take some time for your body to adjust to the medication.

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