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At ModernWeigh, we can prescribe a diverse range of weight loss medications. Take our quiz to find out which medication is right for you.

GLP-1 Medications

Summary: GLP-1 medications are a breakthrough group in the weight loss field, helping patients manage their hunger effectively and supporting their body’s blood sugar control, leading to a more balanced food intake.

Mechanism: These drugs imitate a natural hormone called GLP-1. This hormone is released after eating and communicates with the brain to signal satisfaction and fullness. At the same time, it plays a crucial role in managing how our body uses sugars, ensuring a more stable blood sugar level.

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Medication Weight Loss % Timeline Clinical Trials
Saxenda (Liraglutide)
5.7% - 9.2%
56 Weeks
SCALE Trials
Wegovy (Higher-dose Semaglutide)
Up to 17.4%
68 Weeks
STEP 4 Trial
Zepbound (Tirzepatide)
Up to 20.9%
72 Weeks
Mounjaro (Tirzepatide)
Up to 20.9%
72 Weeks
Ozempic (Semaglutide)
Up to 14.9%
68 Weeks
STEP 1 Trial
Trulicity (Dulaglutide)
About 2.3% - 3.0%
26-56 Weeks
Diabetes trials; weight loss
as a beneficial side effect
Rybelsus (Oral Semaglutide)
About 4.4%
26 Weeks

Other Medications

Contrave (bupropion + naltrexone)

Summary: Contrave works on two fronts: it controls hunger and curbs cravings, making it easier for you to stick to a healthy eating plan.

Mechanism: Contrave is a combination of two medications: naltrexone, typically used to manage addiction, and bupropion, an antidepressant. These two work in tandem on the brain, reducing hunger and curbing food cravings by influencing neurotransmitter levels and neural pathways associated with appetite and reward.


Summary: Phentermine is a well-established weight management medication that has been used since 1959. It is primarily used for short-term weight reduction.

Mechanism: Phentermine is an appetite suppressant. It acts on the central nervous system, influencing neurotransmitters to reduce appetite and subsequently calorie intake.

Qsymia (phentermine + topiramate)

Summary: Qsymia combines the powers of two medications, giving you a dual advantage. It not only keeps hunger pains at bay but also makes you feel satisfied with less food.

Mechanism: Qsymia combines phentermine, which stimulates the brain to decrease appetite, with topiramate, a drug that enhances the feeling of fullness. This two-pronged approach helps reduce food intake.


Summary: Plenity is a unique treatment that makes you feel full without adding calories. It’s not a drug but a device that augments the food in your stomach.

Mechanism: Plenity contains particles that absorb water in the stomach. As they expand, they mix with your food, creating a feeling of fullness. This can help reduce the amount you wish to eat during meals.

Medication Weight Loss % Timeline Trial Reference
Contrave (bupropion/naltrexone)

5% - 9%

Over a year
COR-Diabetes Trials


5% - 10%
3-6 Months
Various short-term studies
Qsymia (phentermine/topiramate)


Over a year



6 Months

Company-sponsored trials


Through 1:1 coaching with Registered Dietitians, weekly nutrition learning modules, and our patient portal, you can stay accountable, establish new habits, and focus on what lifestyle changes matter most to you at your own pace.

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Summarizing Your Costs

At ModernWeigh, we’re committed to providing a streamlined and transparent pricing structure. Visit our FAQ page for more information.

Disclaimer: Our physician will review your medical history, lab work, insurance coverage, and goals to determine which treatment is the best fit for you. Insurance coverage for medications is not guaranteed. Some medications may have a high out-of-pocket cost or be out of stock at your local pharmacies. In these cases, our physician can help you decide on a more affordable and available option.