An evidence-based weight loss program in the convenience and privacy of your home
The IV Den Weight Loss Program is the first of its kind to combine IV therapy with weight loss medications to optimize your wellness journey.
Semaglutide is an FDA-approved weight loss medication that blocks certain receptors to suppress appetite and improve weight loss. Physicians have called it revolutionary in the weight loss realm. Trials have demonstrated that more than half of patients lose up to 15% of their body weight and up to a third of patients lost 20% of their body weight. Semaglutide is given via a small injection weekly. You will be taught how to give yourself these injection.
(Not down to give yourself a shot? No problem! We can come do it for you for an extra fee!)
A combination of taurine, B-complex vitamins, biotin, zinc, B12, and an IM injection of MIC that may work to optimize your metabolism, help mobilize fat stores, and then breakdown that fat in the liver. The liter of IV fluid may also help to kickstart the weight loss process or overcome plateaus.
To qualify for Semaglutide treatment, you must:
Schedule a consultation with a Nurse Practitioner that has over 15 years of experience with weight loss and wellness to determine if our semaglutide weight loss program is right for you.
Once you are deemed a good candidate, your medication and supplies will be delivered directly to your home.
Once your supplies have arrived, The IV Den will reach out to you to schedule your first in-home appointment with a highly-skilled nurse or paramedic.
Your provider will ensure you're comfortable with the treatment plan and administer your first weight loss IV therapy infusion.
You will continue to give yourself semagultide injections, checking in with our providers as needed. You will also be instructed by a Nurse Practitioner on how to increase your dosage based on your weight loss.
Each month, your nurse or paramedic will give you your weight loss infusion. You will meet with a nurse practitioner or physician via telehealth to discuss how treatment is going and to adjust dosing as needed.