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Weight loss drugs, in conjunction with diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes can help you lose weight. For those who want to have a medication prescribed to help with weight loss must see a licensed provider.

What are Weight Loss Drugs?

Weight loss drugs are drugs that are sometimes used in combination with diet and exercise to help you lose weight. Prescription weight loss drugs work in different ways and should be under the supervision of a qualified healthcare practitioner. Some weight loss drugs work by suppressing appetite. Other weight loss drugs work by increasing the body’s metabolism. Drugs used to treat obesity vary in their effectiveness.

Weight Loss Pills

Weight loss drugs come in many forms, including weight loss injections and weight loss pills. Some weight-loss drugs are FDA-approved for weight loss, while others are prescribed off-label. Recently, a class of drugs known as GLP-1 receptor agonists has shown potential to help people lose weight.

Examples of uncontrolled drugs that may be prescribed by a doctor include:

  • liraglutide (Saxenda, Victoza)
  • Naltrexone Bupropion (Contrave)
  • orlistat (ali, xenical)
  • Semaglutide (Ozempic, Rybelsus, Wegovy)
  • Tirzepatid (Munjaro)
Weight loss drugs should be taken in conjunction with a diet and exercise program. Online weight loss drugs can cause side effects such as:
  • fatigue
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • dizziness
For most people prescribed weight loss medication online, they see no side effects. Your online provider is able to prescribe you medication to help stop these side effects.

Pills for Weight Loss Online

Weight loss pills and injections need a lichened provider to write the script. Recovery Delivered offers access to licensed providers who can write this script. Connect with prescribing healthcare providers today.

Ozempic For Weight Loss

Ozempic is a once-weekly injectable medication designed to assist adults with type 2 diabetes in controlling their blood sugar levels. Although not specifically intended for weight loss, studies indicate that individuals who use Ozempic may experience some weight reduction while on the medication. The active ingredient in Ozempic, semaglutide, is also FDA-approved at higher doses under the name Wegovy for the treatment of obesity and other weight-related medical issues.

Ozempic For Weight Loss​

Saxenda

(liraglutide)

Saxenda is a prescription daily weight loss drug used to support weight loss. Our bodies produce a hormone called GLP-1 that helps regulate blood sugar levels every time we eat. Saxender works similarly to GLP-1. It also works by reducing the amount of glucagon produced in the body, a hormone that inhibits the action of insulin. As a result, you feel less hungry, your stomach empties more slowly, and you feel “full” longer.

Misemba

(naltrexone & bupropion)

Mysimba is a prescription drug that suppresses appetite and cravings. Mysimba was not designed as a stand-alone treatment, but should be part of a treatment plan that includes a calorie-restricted diet and exercise.

Orlistat

(generic alternative to Xenical)

Orlistat is a prescription drug available in capsule form. It works directly on your stomach by preventing your body from absorbing up to 30% of the fat you consume with each meal. Reducing fat intake is effective for weight loss when used in combination with a calorie-controlled diet and exercise.

Zenic

(orlistat)

Xenical (orlistat) is a prescription drug in capsule form. It works by reducing the absorption of fat from food. It is a highly effective weight loss treatment when used in conjunction with a calorie-controlled diet and exercise.

Myxymba

What is Myxymba? So have you decided it’s time to start your weight loss journey? Good for you! These tips and tricks will help you start your weight loss journey in the best possible way.It’s not easy, but it’s worth it.

Your online weight loss medication provider will work directly with you to identify the best medication based on your health history and other medical factors. Book your first meeting today!