Utah Lap-Band and general surgery is now accepting new patients for Semaglutide injections for weight-loss!
Dr Hansen is offering this medication to help with your weight loss journey.
FIRST MONTH HALF OFF!!! ONLY $225
(Does NOT include at home injections, must come to clinic for injections to redeem offer)
$450 (following the first month): This includes the treatment consultation, 4 once weekly Semaglutide injections at our office, and follow-up care with our RN.
If our office is too far? Call us and we can work out our ship to home option.
What to Expect
Weightloss - average is 15% of one’s body weight. Committing to 3 months and longer will yield the most successful results.
You must also be committed to behavior modification for long term weight-loss. This includes healthy eating, physical activity, and maintaining lifestyle changes for lasting results.
Semaglutide is given as a shot under the skin of your stomach, thighs, or upper arms. It’s administered once a week.
Dosing is determined every 4 weeks by Dr. Hansen, and is adjusted according to patient needs.
The most common side effects are:
● Nausea● Vomiting● Diarrhea● Constipation● Fatigue
Minor side effects usually lessen the longer you take the medication.
If any of these side effects last or get worse, please let our office know.
It’s very rare to get a serious allergic reaction to Semaglutide. However, if you develop symptoms of a rash, itching/swelling (especially to tongue/face/throat), severe dizziness, or trouble breathing, seek medical help right away.
You should NOT use this medication if you have diabetic retinopathy, pancreatitis, gallbladder disease, kidney problems, or intestinal disorders such as gastroparesis or significant digestive issues.
You should NOT use this medication if you’re planning on becoming pregnant within two months of a Semaglutide dosage. If you become pregnant stop medication immediately.
Although very rare. There is an increased risk for pancreatitis, pancreas cancer, thyroid cancer, gallbladder stones, effects of the cardiovascular system, acute kidney injury, and diabetic retinopathy.