Dosage Guide for Semaglutide:
Please note that the following dosage guide is a general overview and should not replace the specific instructions provided by your healthcare professional. Always consult with your healthcare provider for personalized dosing recommendations.
Starting Dose: The recommended starting dose of Semaglutide is typically 0.25 mg once weekly. Your healthcare provider will determine the appropriate starting dose based on your individual needs, including your current diabetes treatment regimen and overall health.
Titration: After initiating Semaglutide, your healthcare provider may gradually increase the dosage to optimize its effectiveness. The typical titration schedule involves increasing the dose by 0.25 mg every four weeks, as tolerated.
Maintenance Dose: The maintenance dose of Semaglutide is usually 1 mg once weekly. This dose has been shown to provide effective glucose control and weight loss benefits for many individuals. However, your healthcare provider may adjust the dose according to your response and tolerability.
Administration: Semaglutide is administered as a subcutaneous injection (under the skin) once weekly. Your healthcare provider will guide you on the proper injection technique and provide instructions on site rotation to prevent injection site reactions. It is important to follow the instructions carefully and adhere to the recommended injection schedule.
Remember, this dosage guide provides general information, and your individual dosage may vary based on your healthcare provider's assessment. Always consult your healthcare professional for personalized advice and guidance regarding your Semaglutide dosage and treatment plan.