Have you heard about Ozempic? If not, let us tell you about it.
Ozempic What is it?
Ozempic is the brand name medication of the generic equivalent Semaglutide. Ozempic is an injection used to manage Diabetes Type 2. The purpose of Ozempic is to speed up sugar metabolism by boosting insulin secretion.
Explain How It Works
Ozempic uses the body’s natural ability to lower blood sugar and A1C Hemoglobin results. A test in which detects a pre-diabetic or type 2 diabetic condition in its user. Ozempic functions by stimulating the release of your body’s insulin while at the same time releasing its own. Ozempic takes effect when your blood sugar is low. That way your body can slow down digestion. This will then reduce the amount of sugar that is released from your liver.
Did you know that Ozempic aids in decreasing your appetite by slowing down your digestion? Some people who have Diabetes use Ozempic to help them lose weight. Please keep in mind that Ozempic is not FDA-approved for such use. It is always best to speak to your doctor first before using Ozempic for any type of attempt at weight loss. It is important to have a medical professional’s opinion, consultation and to know that they can provide you with more information regarding this medication.
Instructions – How to
Typically you would take this medication once a week. You may take it either with or without food. Any questions, asked a licensed Pharmacist or Physician. This medication is used and injected in your upper arm or thigh. A consultation and confirmation by your local health provider or our licensed Pharmacist for further questions regarding this medication.
Upon being assigned this medication with your physician it is important that you set a specific time and day of the week to take your medication. Be consistent in taking your medication to avoid not taking the medication and to keep your lifestyle healthy.
Should you miss a dose, you should take it as soon as possible. This window is about 5 days long. If you have surpassed that time, take the next dose on your regular schedule. Ask your Doctor or our Pharmacist regarding any questions or concerns.
How to keep your medication Cool
Any unopened Ozempic medication is advised to be stored in the refrigerator between 36-46°F or 2-8°C. Any used or open pens should be kept at 59-85°F or 15-30°C room temperature.
Always label your medication that you are currently using to avoid mixing it up with ones that you have not opened yet. Refrain from opening multiples at the same time to ensure the shelf life remains at the best of it’s quality as possible. Ozempic is sensitive to both exposure to the sun, light and hot temperatures. Therefore you must store it in a cool environment.
Avoid Using Ozempic If you are: A history of retinopathy – diabetes
A person with thyroid tumors, Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Endocrine neoplasia syndrome, Experiencing Excessive Dehydration, Kidney problems, Blurred Vision, Severe pains in stomach area
Do You Accept Insurance For Ozempic?
We do not accept insurance as we are located outside the USA. However, we can provide you a medical expense report. Should you submit that to your insurance and they choose to reimburse you that is seperate from us.
Manage Your Diabetes – The Use Of Ozempic
Taking any Insulin and Type 2 diabetes medications such as Ozempic require a use of a proper diet in which you can commit to. Frequent exercise. An active lifestyle with a nutritious diet in combination with your medication is crucial to maintaining your blood sugar levels. Stay hydrated.
Supply, Supply, Supply.
To ensure you do not run out of stock for your medication it is important that you place an order with us ahead of time to ensure that your medication at home will get you through the delivery period of your order placed with us. Always place your order ahead of time and always make sure to have an emergency bottle stocked as well while you are waiting for your next shipment.