Semaglutide is a medication used to treat type 2 diabetes and obesity, and it has also been approved by the FDA for use in helping people lose weight. However, it's important to note that not everyone will experience weight loss while taking this medication.
There could be a number of reasons why someone might not be losing weight on semaglutide. Some potential factors include:
Diet: Even if you're taking semaglutide, if you're not eating a healthy diet or if you're consuming too many calories, you may not see significant weight loss results.
Exercise: Similarly, if you're not getting enough physical activity, you may not be burning enough calories to see significant weight loss results.
Medication dosage: Depending on the dose of semaglutide you're taking, you may not be getting enough of the medication to see significant weight loss.
Other health conditions: There may be other underlying health conditions that are impacting your ability to lose weight.
If you're not seeing weight loss results on semaglutide, it's important to talk to a staff member at the Optimal T Clinic. They can evaluate your overall health and help you determine whether there are any changes you can make to your diet, exercise routine, or medication dosage that may help you achieve your weight loss goals.