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Ozempic Seattle 

Losing weight can be a difficult process for many people. Although it’s not always a serious health concern, obesity and severe weight gain can impact a person’s health throughout the years. There are many reasons a person may not be able to lose weight through diet and exercise alone, including medical conditions, genetics, or the inability to create a healthier lifestyle. Ozempic is a new and approved weight loss drug that is revolutionizing weight loss for many people. Although it was originally used to treat type 2 diabetes, it’s now approved for weight loss. Seattle Plastic Surgery is offering a new weight loss program to its clients. By utilizing the incredible weight loss drug Ozempic combined with an exercise and nutrition program, Seattle clients can take the first step in transforming their lives.

Compound Semaglutide Dosing Plan


How Does Ozempic Work? 

Ozempic is a semaglutide that aids in managing type 2 diabetes. It helps those with type 2 diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels and can even prevent complications from type 2 diabetes like a stroke or heart attack. However, Ozempic is becoming increasingly popular in the mainstream media for its semaglutide weight loss program advantages. Many celebrities and influencers have posted about the prescription drug, claiming it helped them lose weight and attain their ideal figure.

Ozempic, also known as semaglutide, is an approved prescription drug that aids those suffering from type 2 diabetes by lowering blood sugar levels which helps the body regulate insulin levels. Although it majorly benefits those with type 2 diabetes, it is also the first semaglutide approved in over twenty-two years for weight loss. 

Ozempic contains a GLP-1-like component that mimics the hormone that tells us when we’re full. Ozempic slows down the food processing system and allows food to digest slower, keeping the full feeling for the patient longer. This allows it to suppress appetite without promoting binge dieting or extreme restrictive eating. GLP-1 also increases insulin levels and promotes insulin sensitivity and collagen production, aiding metabolism. This majorly benefits Seattle patients who struggle with their weight. 

While originally only given as an injectible prescription, Ozempic is now available in tablet form for all Seattle patients. They can choose which method would best fit their schedule and lifestyle. 

Benefits and Risks of Ozempic 

With any prescription, there are many benefits and a few side effects and risks. Ozempic may not be safe for every patient, so Seattle Plastic Surgery wants their patients to have a thorough consultation before taking Ozempic. For instance, patients with medical conditions that affect the thyroid, gallbladder, or pancreas may not qualify to take Ozempic. Your provider will be able to best advise each patient after evaluating their individual circumstances. 

However, for most patients, Ozempic greatly benefits their lives and far outweighs any risks associated with the medication. Below are just a few of the benefits that come from the Seattle Ozempic weight loss program: 

  • Drastically reduces weight 
  • Reduce the risk of cardiovascular complications 
  • Reduce the risk of certain types of cancer 
  •  Improve mobility 
  • Ease the strain of exercising 
  • Reduces high blood pressure 
  • Improves sleep quality 
  • Treats type 2 diabetes if needed 
  • Stabilizes blood sugar 
  • Able to avoid weight loss procedures such as a gastric bypass surgery 
  • Can be taken as an injection or tablet 
  • Taken daily or weekly 
  • Highly effective  
  • Used long term 

There are minimal major risks associated with Ozempic, and the side effects are generally mild and manageable. Some side effects and risks include: 

  • Nausea 
  • Gas
  • Heartburn 
  • Changes in bowel movements 
  • Blood sugar dropping too low (very rare) 
  • Pancreatitis (very rare) 
  • Minimal increase in the risk of developing thyroid cancer (very rare) 

The Seattle Ozempic Weight Loss Program

With more people realizing the weight loss benefits of Ozempic, more patients are seeking treatment to aid in losing weight and living a healthier lifestyle. At Seattle Plastic Surgery, patients who qualify for Ozempic can also expect a weight loss program that includes nutritional and workout programs to produce the best results. 

Following the consultation in which the provider will ensure the patient can take Ozempic safely, they will then be given the prescription in tablet form or come in for injection training if the patient decides the injection form is best for them. The weight loss program will begin after they start the medication. Patients will have either in-person or virtual monthly check-ins with their provider to check their weight loss progression, evaluate any side effects, and discuss their diet and exercise plans. The dosage of Ozempic can be increased or decreased depending on the client’s progress and overall needs. 

Seattle Plastic Surgery aims to benefit its clients by easing them into a full dosage of Ozempic. Generally, most patients will start off with a lower dose than the full amount, which is 2.4mg. This helps patients avoid extreme side effects and allows their digestive systems to adjust to the medication. The monthly check-ins will allow the provider to evaluate each patient’s unique needs and physical makeup and adjust the dose as needed. The dose will increase or decrease due to the progression and needs of the patient. Seattle Plastic Surgery will provide a vitamin B supplement to Seattle Ozempic patients to aid with any nausea or gas that can come with the treatment.  

Frequently Asked Questions 

What Happens During A Seattle Ozempic Weight Loss Consultation? 

At Seattle Plastic Surgery, patients are assessed individually during an in-person or virtual consultation. The provider will ensure you are a good candidate for Ozempic by reviewing your past medical history, prior and current medications, family medical history, and prior experience with weight loss. The provider will also take the patient’s weight, either self-reported if the patient is virtual or in person. Qualifying for Ozempic depends on a person’s unique physical makeup, needs, and goals. All of these factors will ensure that the patient can safely take Ozempic.

What Is The Difference Between Injection And Tablet Ozempic?

Both injection and tablet Ozempic is effective in weight loss. There is a slight price difference between the two. The tablet Ozempic is taken daily, while the injection Ozempic is administered weekly.

How Soon Will I Start Seeing Results? 

The rate at which patients will begin to see results depends on each patient’s metabolism and physical makeup. Generally, patients begin to see results after two to three months of staying on the Seattle Ozempic weight loss program and will see their optimal results around the one-year mark. 

How Long Can I Stay On Ozempic? 

Ozempic is intended for long-term use so that patients can stay on the treatment for long periods of time. Once the patient reaches their goal weight, they can continue to stay on the same prescribed dose that works for them. Suppose a patient wants to get off of Ozempic. In that case, Seattle Plastic Surgery offers a program to begin tapering the dosage so the provider can monitor any major weight changes and ensure the patient gets off of Ozempic without losing their goal weight. The decreased dosage plan is not necessary, but it is highly recommended.

Can Ozempic Make Me Tired?

It’s common for some patients to experience fatigue and exhaustion for the first few weeks after starting Ozempic. The fatigue should wear off as your body adjusts to the treatment and new digestive process. During the first few weeks, patients should get plenty of rest and establish a healthy sleep schedule. Only twenty percent of Ozempic patients experience extreme fatigue in the first few weeks of the treatment. Ozempic improves energy levels after a few weeks and helps patience maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. 

What Foods Should I Avoid When Taking Ozempic? 

Due to the Seattle Ozempic weight loss program, patients will have a nutritional plan to aid them in their weight loss. This plan helps patients change their eating habits long-term and promotes a well-balanced diet. However, it’s recommended that patients avoid processed and sugary foods to allow Ozempic to aid the body properly.   

Why Should I Come To A Local Medical Provider? 

Seattle Plastic Surgery doesn’t believe in a cookie-cutter approach to weight loss. Rather than prescribing Ozempic and leaving patients alone in their journey, we believe in helping our patients every step of the way. This is why the provider will start each Seattle Ozempic patient on a low dose and will change the dosage based on the monthly check-ins. We offer nutritional and workout programs to aid patients in maximizing the treatment results and are always available to help with every client’s individual needs.  

Ozempic in Seattle

For those interested in Ozempic or any type of semaglutide drug, Seattle Plastic Surgery is here to help, and patients find all the surgical and non-surgical care for their weight loss needs. Through the Seattle Ozempic weight loss program, patients can improve their health, confidence, and quality of life. Patients in the Seattle area can greatly benefit from the care, treatment, and dedication found at Seattle Plastic Surgery. 

The monthly cost of treatment includes the medication, diet and exercise plan, necessary supplies, monthly in-person or virtual visits, and 24/7 on-call doctors.

To learn more and schedule a consultation, call us at 206-324-1120. Patients can also reach out online through chat, contact form, or Price Simulator. 



Tina was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, but left her home state to explore the mountains of Washington. Drawn to the aesthetic medicine business, Tina graduated from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas as a certified Physician Assistant. Before she graduated, she knew he wanted to relocate to Seattle and join our company. Her love for helping patients grow and her incredible knowledge brought her to our team!

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