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Zepbound is an injectable prescription medicine that may help obese adults lose and maintain their weight, as well as those who have weight-related health problems. A reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity are recommended when using Zepbound.
Yes, you can buy Zepbound from Canada. As long as you have a valid prescription from a US prescriber, you can order Zepbound from Canada through Insulin Outlet.
Yes, you need a valid prescription to order Zepbound. Zepbound is a prescription medication and will not be dispensed without a written prescription from a prescriber.
You would have to contact your prescriber. They will be able to determine if you qualify for Zepbound or not. Insulin Outlet does offer prescriptions for any medication. Our services are strictly prescription-fulfillment.
No, we do not accept screenshots of prescriptions. We would need a image of the prescription. Additionally, we can request your Zepbound prescription from your prescriber’s office.
We can most certainly try! Some pharmacies do not transfer prescriptions to Canada, but our team will do our best in trying to obtain the prescription from your local (or online) pharmacy for you.
We ship out Zepbound with temperature sensitive packaging with medical graded gel packs, to ensure your package remains cools as it travels to your door step.
Absolutely! Once your order is on its way, we will provide you with a tracking number via email. You can sign up for text message notifications with the carrier to keep better track of its route to your household.
Americans can save up to 80% on their medications buy ordering from Insulin Outlet. Many insurers do not cover weight-loss medications in the United States, leaving thousands of Americans of paying out of pocket.
Yes, Zepbound can be prescribed for weight-loss or diabetes. For more information, please contact your prescriber.
Many factors must be considered for someone to be prescribed Zepbound (or any medication). This includes family health history, lifestyle, and medication conditions. For more information on qualifying for Zepbound, speaking to your healthcare provider is essential.
Zepbound is not recommended for people with thyroid cancer or multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2.
Pregnant women should not use this medicine while they are pregnant. In the unlikely event that you become pregnant while using this medicine, tell your doctor as soon as possible.
Breast milk is not known to pass through Zepbound. You should discuss feeding your baby while using Zepbound with your healthcare provider.
As a chronic disease, obesity is not treated with short-term weight loss medications like Zepbound. Nevertheless, you should always listen to your prescriber’s advice since they’ll know what’s best for you. It is essential to follow the instructions your prescriber gave you. Do not overdose or underdose.
It is recommended to administer Zepbound within 96 hours of missing a dose. When a missed dose is more than 4 days old, the next dose should be administered on the regularly scheduled day.
Yes. Zepbound’s label contains the following Black Box Warning: Tirzepatide causes thyroid C-cell tumors in rats
It is unclear what amount of weight you might lose with Zepbound, but a 72-week clinical trial that compared different Zepbound (tirzepatide) doses to a placebo showed significant weight loss ranging from 35.5 lb (16.1 kg) to 52.0 lb (23.6 kg).
There are no pills that have Tirzepatide in them. However, Rybelsus is a glp-1 that has an active ingredient of semaglutide, which can also share similar results as Zepbound