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The same active ingredient in Wegovy®*, Ozempic®*, and Rybelsus®*

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How Semaglutide can help

Suppress Appetite*

GLP-1 compounded weight management therapy with Semaglutide

A Solution for Your Health and Weight Goals*

  • Designed to suppress appetite and improve glycemic control*
  • Daily sublingual troche  --- or --- once-weekly injection
  • Supported by comprehensive telehealth services

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Just $6.63/day to help win your weight loss battle
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How it Works

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Tell us about your health and prior weight loss attempts.

Get custom treatment plan

Your assigned doctor will develop a treatment specifically for you.

Medication shipped directly to your door

Get your regularly scheduled medication in the mail monthly.

Injectable Semaglutide

Medication & Dose

(Starting at)

Semaglutide + B6 (Pyridoxine) 2.5mg/10mg per ml
1 Month Supply

Oral Semaglutide Lozenges

Medication & Dose
(Starting at)
Semaglutide + B6 (Pyridoxine) 250mcg/5mg per lozenge
30 Lozenges

Medication, dose, and pricing are subject to change based on consultation.

Frequently asked questions

What is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide is the active ingredient in the brand medications Wegovy, Ozempic, and Rybelsus. Semaglutide can be used to help treat type 2 diabetes, as well as helping people with weight management.

How does Semaglutide work?

Semaglutide is a medication that works by mimicking the GLP-1 protein in your body. By mimicking GLP-1, it can help deliver certain effects including increased insulin release, less glucagon release, slowing how fast food can leave your stomach, and making you feel less hungry. For people who are trying to lose weight, these effects may combine to help them eat fewer calories and ultimately lose extra weight.

How should I take Semaglutide?

Semaglutide lozenges: When using a Semaglutide lozenge, you will likely be instructed to use one every day, once a day, at approximately the same time. This is a sublingual lozenge, so you will not swallow the lozenge, but let it slowly dissolve under your tongue to help with the absorption of the medication. It is also important to know that you will want to combine your Semaglutide treatment with increased physical activity and a healthy reduced calorie diet for the best results. Semaglutide injection: When using a Semaglutide injection, you will likely be instructed to inject once a week. Clean your injection site and the top of your medication vial with a sterile alcohol pad. The recommended injection sites include your upper leg, upper arm, or stomach (avoiding your navel by at least 2 inches). Using a clean needle and syringe, draw out your prescribed dose into the syringe. Insert the needle straight into your skin and slowly press the plunger until all of the medication has been delivered. Then, carefully remove the needle by lifting it out straight, and dispose of the needle in a sharps container. It is also important to know that you will want to combine your Semaglutide treatment with increased physical activity and a healthy reduced calorie diet for the best results.

How should I increase my oral Semaglutide lozenge strength?

For the best results, most people should increase the strength of their Semaglutide oral lozenges over a few months. Talk to your Strut doctor about how well you are tolerating your current strength and how well it is working for you to come up with a dosage increase plan. The generally recommended oral Semaglutide lozenge dosage chart is the following: Month 1 - One 250mcg lozenge once daily, Month 2 - One 500mcg lozenge once daily, Month 3 and on -One 1,000mcg lozenge once daily

How long does Semaglutide take to work?

Once Semaglutide is in your system, you may start feeling the effects of being less hungry, or feeling like your food is staying in your stomach for longer. However, these effects may take a little longer for some people to feel. If you are using Semaglutide for weight loss, be patient, since even if the medication is helping you consume fewer calories, it may take many weeks or months to physically see changes.

How often should I use Semaglutide?

How often you use your Semaglutide will depend on the route you are using. For injectable Semaglutide, you will be on a once-a-week injection regimen. For oral Semaglutide lozenges, you will be using the lozenges once daily.

What should I tell my doctor before starting Semaglutide?

Before starting Semaglutide, you should let your doctor know about any weight-related diseases or problems you are currently experiencing (high blood pressure, high cholesterol, type 2 diabetes). You should also let your doctor know about any gastrointestinal issues or diseases you are dealing with, since Semaglutide may also come along with gastrointestinal side effects. Let your doctor know about a history of thyroid cancer, glandular tumors, diabetic ketoacidosis, pancreatitis, kidney disease, or diabetic eye problems.

What should I avoid while taking Semaglutide?

While you are taking semaglutide, you may want to avoid other medications in the same class of drugs (GLP-1 agonists). Your doctor may also ask about other medications that you are using that can decrease your blood glucose levels, like diabetes medications. You may want to avoid high-fat foods, foods with lots of added sugar, trans and saturated fats, processed carbohydrates, and foods with high sodium. Not only may these foods hinder your weight loss and health goals, but they may bring more digestive discomfort while you are using Semaglutide.

What are the common side effects of Semaglutide?

The most common side effects of Semaglutide involve your digestion and gastrointestinal tract. Burping, bloating, gas, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, upset stomach, stomach pain, constipation, diarrhea, or symptoms that feel like a stomach flu may occur. Other common side effects may include headache, dizziness, tiredness, and low blood sugar levels in people who have diabetes. For a full list of the possible side effects of Semaglutide, including the less common but more serious side effects, look at the patient safety information and the Semaglutide package information.

How should compounded Semaglutide medications be stored?

Your medication may or may not be cold shipped with an icepack, depending on the product you are using and the pharmacy it ships from. Review the storage instructions on and with your product and store it as directed after it arrives. If you have any questions on storage or otherwise, feel free to contact us.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Strut Health uses Semaglutide base, an FDA approved ingredient, but used for off label use for weight loss in their compound formulas. Compound versions of the drugs have not gone through the safety and efficacy standards required by the FDA for approved drugs.