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Compounded Semaglutide

  • Injection

Self-injectable GLP-1 treatment produced by a US-licensed, certified pharmacy with the same active ingredient as Ozempic® and Wegovy®.

Starting at $199

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Compounded Semaglutide Benefits


Do more, age less

  • Semaglutide is the same active ingredient found in Wegovy® and Ozempic®
  • Ideal for adults with BMI >27 looking to lose 20+ pounds
  • Use with reduced-calorie meal plan and exercise for best results

The Wegovy® shortage

  • In light of the ongoing Semaglutide shortage, the FDA is allowing Compounded Semaglutide as a temporary offering
  • Compounded exclusively from Semaglutide base, not salts
  • Administered once weekly with subcutaneous injection
  • Dosages titrate up over several months to improve tolerability
  • A healthy BMI is a key factor in longevity, reducing the risk of age-related diseases, heart attack, and stroke
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Is Compounded Semaglutide right for you?

Use our free BMI calculator and compare with the chart below!

BMIAm I eligible?*
24.9 or lessNo
25.0 – 26.9Case-by-case**
27.0 – 29.9Likely**
30.0 or aboveLikely**

*Your prescriber will approve or disapprove a Compounded Semaglutide prescription at their discretion after careful consideration of your unique health profile; approval is not guaranteed based on the above criteria.
**Those with a BMI greater than 25 may be considered on a case-by-case basis after further review for the presence of additional weight-related medical issues by a prescribing physician.

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$199 / first month billed monthly | free shipping
  • Semaglutide subcutaneous injections

  • Temporary offering

  • Free post-shortage support for product alternatives
  • Doctor-guided titration schedule

  • Dispensed from a certified and licensed pharmacy

CODE SEMA199: $199 for first month & FREE medical evaluation ($290/month after)

Compounded Semaglutide is not available in HI or MS; CA and NY patients will receive Compounded Semaglutide + B12.

There are currently three FDA-approved semaglutide products: Ozempic® injection, Rybelsus® tablets, and Wegovy® injection. However, when a drug is in shortage, compounders may be able to prepare a compounded version of that drug if they meet certain requirements in the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act.

You will be automatically billed & sent refills based on your plan

You can pause or cancel at any time before your next shipment

* Prescription products require an online evaluation with a licensed medical professional who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. See below for important safety information. Benefits outlined on are based on 3rd party studies. Medication is offered as a subscription service which you can cancel at any time. Actual product packaging may appear differently than shown.

How to administer


What is the difference between Wegovy®, Ozempic®, and Compounded Semaglutide?

Ozempic® and Wegovy® are brand name semaglutide-based medications manufactured by Novo Nordisk, while Compounded Semaglutide is developed by our partner compounding pharmacies and features the same active ingredient as Ozempic® and Wegovy® (semaglutide). Another noticeable difference is that Compounded Semaglutide is self-administered via traditional syringes, while Ozempic® and Wegovy® feature a modern injection pen. Both Ozempic® and Wegovy® are currently on the FDA’s Drug Shortage List, but in the last quarter of 2022 alone, providers wrote over 9 million prescriptions for these medications, a number that has only grown since. When the demand for a medication goes up while the available supply goes down, the FDA allows compounding pharmacies to develop medications for the duration of an official shortage to avoid lapse in treatment.

Is Compounded Semaglutide safe?

Compounded Semaglutide is made in an FDA-registered compounding pharmacy. Further, we have ensured that all formulations will only be compounded from semaglutide base, rather than its salt-based counterparts. Our partner pharmacies will continue to uphold our same standards of excellence for this and all other products, so that you can have the best outcomes possible.

Is Compounded Semaglutide made from Semaglutide salts?

Compounded Semaglutide is compounded from base, not Semaglutide salts.

Why has the FDA issued warnings about Compounded Semaglutide?

The FDA’s warning on Compounded Semaglutide specifies that consumers should be wary of 1) semaglutide that is compounded from an unregulated, unlicensed source; 2) semaglutide that is sold without a prescription; and 3) medications compounded with different active ingredients than semaglutide, such as salt forms of semaglutide. Our compounding pharmacies are both FDA regulated and US licensed. Further, they have provided certificates of authenticity certifying that they compound semaglutide from pure semaglutide base, without any trace of any form of semaglutide salt. Our licensed prescribers only recommend Compounded Semaglutide with a prescription, and only after they have deemed it appropriate following a virtual visit. The FDA has also specified that compounded versions of semaglutide should only be prepared to address a shortage of semaglutide; when semaglutide is no longer on the FDA’s Drug Shortage List, we will resume prescribing non-compounded semaglutide as available.

Why is AgelessRx offering Compounded Semaglutide?

With a mission to democratize access to prevention-first and longevity-driven therapies, we’ve heard the frustrations of our patients in light of the national semaglutide shortage. While the shortage is ongoing, we will offer Compounded Semaglutide for an accessible, affordable alternative for those who are qualified for semaglutide.

What will happen when the shortage ends?

Once the shortage is over, we will work closely with our prescribers, pharmacies, and patients to find the best alternative. However, we plan to offer therapies that are no longer in shortage for our patients. In the meantime, we will be sure to update everyone affected as soon as we have any news regarding the shortage.

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Important safety information and common side effects

Compounded Semaglutide should be used with a reduced-calorie meal plan and increased physical activity.

Compounded Semaglutide contains semaglutide and should not be used with other GLP-1 receptor agonist medicines, or any other products containing semaglutide.

Compounding of Semaglutide is temporarily allowed by the FDA on an emergency basis while semaglutide-based medications are on the FDA’s Drug Shortage List; Compounded Semaglutide has not been evaluated by the FDA or FDA approved for weight loss.

Most common side effects

Compounded Semaglutide is currently used as a substitute for semaglutide-based medications while they are on the FDA’s Drug Shortage List. Compounded Semaglutide has not been evaluated by the FDA, but semaglutide-based medications reviewed by the FDA have the following side effects: nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal (stomach) pain, headache, fatigue, dyspepsia (indigestion), dizziness, abdominal distension, eructation (belching), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) in patients with type 2 diabetes, flatulence (gas buildup), gastroenteritis (an intestinal infection) and gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Other important safety information

Compounded Semaglutide has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not approved for the treatment of weight loss or type 2 diabetes. Compounded Semaglutide has been granted emergency approval by the FDA to address the nationwide semaglutide shortage. When this shortage is over, we will work to provide safe alternative solutions to Compounded Semaglutide.

Eligibility and approval for treatment is always at the discretion of your prescriber based on an assessment of your complete health profile. Approval is not guaranteed.

Do not use Compounded Semaglutide if you are allergic to semaglutide.

Do not use Compounded Semaglutide if you are currently pregnant, breastfeeding, or plan to become pregnant or breastfeed.

Do not use Compounded Semaglutide if you or any of your family have ever had a type of thyroid cancer called medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC), or if you have an endocrine system condition called Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia syndrome type 2 (MEN 2).

Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Compounded Semaglutide may affect the way some medicines work and some medicines may affect the way Compounded Semaglutide works. Tell your healthcare provider if you are taking any medications to treat diabetes, including sulfonylureas or insulin.

Note: This product alone is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult a medical professional to determine whether or not Compounded Semaglutide is appropriate for you.

Compounded Semaglutide was not FDA approved for weight loss and is only offered on a temporary basis due to the shortage of Wegovy®.