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We love this weight loss
journey for you.

The weight
is over

Let’s face it – sometimes reaching your weight loss goals is difficult on your own and you just need a little help. Our team of MinuteMD providers and skilled staff is here to help you reach those goals with one of our weight loss treatment plans. We offer a variety of weight loss products to help you on your journey including tirzepatide, semaglutide and liraglutide.
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Which product is right for you

These treatments requires an assessment of your medical history and labwork by a MinuteMD medical provider.

Pricing
Compare

Semaglutide

$249/mo
Once-weekly weight loss injection

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Important medical disclaimers

Tirzepatide

$449/mo
Once-weekly weight loss injection

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Important medical disclaimers

Liraglutide

$229/mo
Once-daily weight loss injection

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Important medical disclaimers

Semaglutide

Weekly injection
GLP-1 receptor agonist
Reduces A1 C
Lowers blood sugar
Increases insulin secretion
Suppress appetite

Tirzepatide

Weekly injection
GIP and GLP-1 receptor agonist
Reduces A1 C
Increases insulin secretion
Suppress appetite
Mimics hunger cue in the brain

Liraglutide

Daily injection
GLP-1 receptor agonist
Reduces A1 C
Lowers blood sugar
Increases insulin secretion
Suppress appetite

Enroll
Step 1

Enroll in the program and complete the required medical questionnaire. If our licensed doctor determines that you are provisionally eligible for the program, you will complete another quick and easy enrollment and your patient profile will be built out on our world class secure HIPAA-compliant portal called Healthie.

Complete Labs
Step 2

Complete all required labwork, which will be sent to you as a PDF to present to your specified lab. There is no additional charge for this service. Our medical provider will review your results to further assess eligibility and, if medically appropriate, prescribe the medicine you are requesting.

Get it Delivered
Step 3

Once prescribed by our medical providers, your prescription is sent to our partner compounding pharmacy (or in some cases, another pharmacy of your choosing). Our partner pharmacy will then expedite shipping of your prescription (and supplies, if applicable) direct to your doorstep!

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Frequently Asked
Questions

Can I start on the current dosage that I’m taking from another clinic/provider?

You can upload your current prescription after enrollment into your patient portal. The prescription needs to include the patient’s name, prescriber name, medication name, medication strength, medication dosage prescribed, and the date of the prescription.
For a higher dose than the starting dose, please notify [email protected] so we can verify it and update your chart.

What happens if I’m ineligible?

If our medical providers determine you are ineligible for the prescribed medication, you will receive a full refund, and your subscription will be canceled. The refund process may take 3-5 business days, depending on your bank/credit card provider.

Can I use my recent labs?

Recent lab work is required for this treatment to ensure a safe and accurate prescription. If you have labs from within the past six months, including CBC, CMP, TSH, and A1C, you can upload them to our secure HIPAA portal during your patient intake after enrollment.

How do I order B12 or ondansetron (anti-nausea)?

To request a 10-week supply of B-12 or ondansetron, simply add it to your cart at checkout. One of our medical providers will then determine whether it is right for you.

Where do I request a refill? How do I know I’m eligible for a refill?
To request a refill, please email [email protected]. You will be eligible for a refill when you have about 2-3 weeks of medication remaining. If you wish to increase your dosage, please advise us when requesting the refill.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I start on the current dosage that I’m taking from another clinic/provider?

You can upload your current prescription after enrollment into your patient portal. The prescription needs to include the patient’s name, prescriber name, medication name, medication strength, medication dosage prescribed, and the date of the prescription.
For a higher dose than the starting dose, please notify [email protected] so we can
verify it and update your chart.

What happens if I’m ineligible?

If our medical providers determine you are ineligible for the prescribed medication, you will receive a full refund, and your subscription will be canceled. The refund process may take 3-5 business days, depending on your bank/credit card provider.

Where do I request a refill? How do I know I’m eligible for a refill?

Recent lab work is required for this treatment to ensure a safe and accurate prescription. If you have labs from within the past six months, including CBC, CMP, TSH, and A1C, you can upload them to our secure HIPAA portal during your patient intake after enrollment.”

Can I use my recent labs?

To request a refill, please email [email protected]. You will be eligible for a refill when you have about 2-3 weeks of medication remaining. If you wish to increase your dosage, please advise us when requesting the refill.

How do I order B12 or ondansetron (anti-nausea)?

To order a 10-week supply of B-12, simply add it to your cart at checkout. 

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Important Safety Information

Mechanism of Action Semaglutide is a synthetic glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist that belongs to a class of drugs called incretin mimetics. Incretins are a type of hormone that stimulate a decrease in blood glucose levels, such as GLP-1 that binds to and activates the GLP-1 receptor. GLP-1 works to regulate ones appetite and caloric intake, and the GLP-1 receptor is present in several areas of your body, including areas in your brain responsible for appetite regulation. Semaglutide, as an agonist, binds to the GLP-1 receptor and works to lower blood glucose by stimulating insulin secretion and to inhibit glucagon release.
Adverse Reactions Semaglutide is associated with GI adverse reactions, including nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain, dyspepsia, abdominal distention, eructation, flatulence, gastroenteritis, and gastroesophageal reflux disease. It has also been associated with causing headache, fatigue, dizziness, and hypoglycemia in patients with type 2 diabetes. Please discuss with your physician the contraindications and other warning and precautions before starting Semaglutide.

Important Safety Information

Mechanism of Action Liraglutide is an analog of human GLP-1, and acts as a GLP-1 receptor agonist. Liraglutide increases intracellular cyclic AMP (cAMP) leading to insulin release in the presence of elevated glucose concentrations.

Adverse Reactions The most common Liraglutide side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation and headache. Although rare, Liraglutide can cause serious side effects. These include pancreatitis, gallbladder disease, and kidney problems. Please discuss with your physician the contraindications and other warnings and precautions before starting Liraglutide.


Important Safety Information

Mechanism of Action Tirzepatide is both a glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) receptor and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonist. It selectively binds to and activates the GIP and GLP-1 receptors, the targets for native GIP and GLP-1 hormones. GIP and GIP-1 are hormones that are primarily released from the body’s small intestine that enhances the release of insulin following the consumption of food. Both of these hormones are known as incretins, with tirzepatide belonging to a class of drugs known as incretin mimetics. Tirzepatide works by directly activating GIP and GLP-1 pathways to help regulate blood sugar.
Adverse Reactions The most common side effects of tirzepatide include nausea, diarrhea, decreased appetite, vomiting, constipation, indigestion, and stomach (abdominal) pain. These are not all the possible side effects of Tirzepatide. Please discuss with your physician the contraindications and other warnings and precautions before starting tirzepatide.