Weight loss Rx online. See if you qualify
Get prescription weight loss medication online
- See if you qualify for GLP-1 medication like Ozempic or Wegovy
- Lose 15% body weight on average with Wegovy*
- Access our insurance concierge to help with cost
- On-demand provider coaching and support
- $99 to get started, then $145/month for ongoing care
- Medication and lab test not included
Select your current weight
Weight you could lose (lbs):
*In a 56 and 68 week clinical trial studying two GLP-1 medications for obesity (BMI ≥30) and overweight (BMI ≥27) with at least one weight-related condition, non-diabetics who completed the trials lost an average of 9 and 15% of their body weight when paired with diet and exercise (compared to 3.5% and 2.4%, respectively, on diet and exercise alone).
Important Safety Information GLP-1 medications like Ozempic, Wegovy, and Saxenda may have serious side effects, including possible thyroid tumors. Do not use if you or your family have a history of a type of thyroid cancer called MTC or MEN 2. See full safety information, including boxed warning, here.
Saxenda and Wegovy are FDA-approved for weight loss. Ozempic is FDA-approved for type 2 diabetes treatment, but may be prescribed off-label for weight loss at a healthcare provider’s discretion.
How Ro helps you lose weight
Answer health questions and complete your online visit
In four days
Take a lab test
Typically in one week
Provider writes an Rx (if appropriate)
Ongoing care $145/mo
In 1-3 weeks
Ongoing care and support
Dr. Pepper lost 30 lbs in 1 year
“I started losing weight almost immediately. To me, truly, this has been a game-changer.”
Dr. Pepper Ro Ambassador who inspired the Body Program, after taking GLP-1 medication
Mary lost 40 lbs in 11 months
“I have never felt better. I have never had more energy. This medication changed my life.”
Mary Ro Ambassador who inspired the Body Program, after taking GLP-1 medication
$99 to get started $145/mo for ongoing care
Which GLP-1 is right for you?
Semaglutide injection was first approved under the brand name Ozempic in 2017 as a treatment for type 2 diabetes. In 2021, the FDA approved the drug at a different dosage under the brand name Wegovy as a weight loss medication. Doctors often, using their medical judgment and discretion, prescribe both for weight loss. Liraglutide injection was FDA approved for weight loss in 2014 under the brand name Saxenda.
All three medications are GLP-1s, but there are some key differences between them.
Is using medication to lose weight cheating?
Meet our expert
When it comes to weight loss, biology is your nemesis. Not willpower. Our very own Dr. Steve explains why.
“I’ve had some pretty amazing success. I’m down 15 pounds and I couldn’t be happier."
“It's really helping handle my cravings better, which is what I really like about this program."
“It was like a switch once I started the medication, I just wasn’t so obsessed with food.”
Weight loss FAQs
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Important safety information
What you should know before taking GLP-1s.