bmiMD is neither a prescriber nor a healthcare provider. All medications are prescribed by independent medical provider’s/physician’s. bmiMD does not employ physicians nor exercise judgment over clinical protocols or programs – bmiMD is a software platform that connects independent physicians to patients seeking care. bmiMD does not guarantee treatment and does not influence clinical decision making.
Results may not be typical. Semaglutide facilitates weight loss by helping people eat less and reduce their calorie intake in long clinical studies,that have proven this to be a real FDA approved solution. In trials of overweight individuals, those in the peptide for weight loss, Semaglutide group saw 15-18% weight loss in just over one year. One doctor, a coauthor of the first trial, shared that no other drug has come close to producing this level of weight loss and fat burning results. Average timelines are 12-18 months required for this level of weight-loss based on clinical study timeframes. Heavier patients may be able to lose more weight depending on lifestyle adjustments. Please speak with your physician to learn more.
Many members reach their weight loss goals without dieting or exercising, while others do diet and/or exercise. Discuss your weight loss goals with a physician to learn more.
bmiMD may use paid actors in before and after videos, images, testimonials, advertisements, and other content. These individuals may have lost weight on previous programs and many were offered the ability to partake in a bmiMD weight loss program.
Weight loss programs are 12 month minimum contracts after your first month. The first month and $99 fee covers your initial doctor's visit and prescription(Insurance package). Medication would be billed through insurance with the insurance package. Additional copays, coinsurance, and deductibles may apply. Program cost billed every 4 weeks.
Our GLP-1 Weight loss package without insurance includes the cost of initial doctor's visit, prescription, and medication.
bmiMD sources its prescription medication from licensed 503a compounding pharmacies. Clients also have the option to select an alternate compounding pharmacy.
If you'd like to know the specific pharmacy that will be used to fill your prescription, ask your clinician during your initial consultation or reach out to your Guide.