Different Ways Semaglutide Can Be Administered
Semaglutide is a medication used to treat obesity and help with weight loss. It can be administered in the following ways:
Semaglutide is available in the form of a once-weekly subcutaneous injection, which is self-administered using a pen device.
Keep a Food Diary
Keeping a record of what you eat, when you eat, and how much you eat can help you identify patterns and make better food choices.
An oral form of semaglutide is also available, which is taken once daily with food.
Note: The availability and specific administration methods for semaglutide may vary based on your location and healthcare provider. Always follow the instructions and recommendations of your healthcare provider for the best results.