Are these medications proven weight loss treatments?
Yes. GLP-1a drugs Terzepatide (Mounjaro) and Semaglutide (Ozempic and Wegovy) are FDA- approved medications with multiple studies showing significant weight loss.
How much weight can I expect to lose?
Over the course of the program, eligible customers can expect to lose on average 20% of body weight. However the number the actual number depends on several different factors, including the baseline body weight, body fat percentage, and dose of medication. Typically, for someone who weight 250 pounds, we would expect them to lose about 50 pounds of fat over the course of a year.
When can I expect to receive my first treatment?
Once you have your appointment with the doctor, the prescription for your order will be placed, and will be shipped to your doorstep within 1-3 business days at no extra cost. Expedited shipping is also available.
Do you ship to all 50 states?
How does the program work?
Dr. Mike Hansen, is the leading weight loss expert, as evidenced by his over 1 million subscribers on youtube, with millions of views educating people on the latest and greatest science for weight loss. We are pleased to have Dr. Hansen at WeDoCare, so that we can offer you the best doctor and provider led weight-loss program in the world. Most other companies will not offer you the ability to speak to a medical provider and, if they do, they certainly do not have the same level of expertise.
Also, at WeDoCare, we will bundle your prescription GLP-1 medication, guide you with monthly medical consultations, and repeat lab-testing to curate a precision weight-loss program that gets you your best possible results. Please note that you should expect to stay on your medication for at least this amount of time and that our programs are 12 month-long contracts in length (month 1 and then 11 additional months). If you are unhappy for whatever reason, you can cancel at any time with no penalty or commitment.
Are there any side effects of these medications?
The most common side effects reported in the studies are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation. However, this is a very small percentage of people who experienced these symptoms in the studies. Also, our medication also contains vitamin B6, which further helps prevent and/or mitigate these symptoms. So the likely of someone having these symptoms is miniscule.
Is there anyone who should not take this medication?
If you or anyone in your family has a history of medullary thyroid carcinoma, or multiple endocrine neoplasia, you should not take these medications.
Where can I learn more about these medications?
You can learn more about them on our patient education page, right here.
Do you accept insurance?
No, this is cash only.
What does the program cost?
The cost of the program depends on the dose of the medication. The higher the dose, the higher the cost. We would be happy to discuss individual pricing with you.