All weight loss medications work a little differently. Some medications curb your appetite by altering chemical and hormonal processes that are known to make you feel hungry. When you don’t feel hungry, you probably won’t eat as much.
There are also weight loss medications that minimize fat absorption, while others help your body utilize energy — from calories — more efficiently. Your practitioner will help you decide which weight loss medication is best for you by going over your diet, what your weight loss goal is, and how much you’re currently exercising.
The cost of weight loss medication is approximately $200 every 3 months.
Whether you need to lose 20 pounds, 100 pounds, or more; weight loss medications can jumpstart your journey and set you up for success. You might be a candidate for weight loss medication if you have:
It’s important to bring all of your current medications with you when you see Dr. Camden — or make a list of your medications and their dosages. This way she can ensure that your weight loss medication won’t interact with any of your other prescriptions.
Since weight loss isn’t a one-size-fits-all journey, there isn’t an overall single best medication. The best weight loss medication truly depends on your lifestyle and expectations. Some of the common medications Dr. Camden offers include:
Some patients also benefit from medications that stabilize your mood and help reduce cravings, such as Topamax or Bupropion. In some cases, you might need to try several different weight loss medications or dosages, before finding one that works best for you.
Dr. Camden also offers lipotropic weight loss B-12 injections that contain methionine, inositol, and choline (MIC). These injections not only help burn fat, but also give you a boost in energy.
Schedule an evaluation at New Medical Spa to see if weight loss medication is right for you. Book either online or over the phone.
* Individual results may vary.
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