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Rybelsus® (semaglutide), can treat type 2 diabetes and obesity. As long as the drug is used along with diet and exercise, the drug can help control blood sugar levels in adults. In order to manage their blood glucose levels, diabetics use semaglutide (not insulin). Regular diabetic treatments (such as insulin pens, cartridges, vials, and insulin plants) usually include this type of medication.

Rybelsus® shouldn’t be the first medication you try if diet and exercise aren’t helping you manage your type 2 diabetes. Diabetic ketoacidosis or type 1 diabetes aren’t approved for treatment with Rybelsus®.

The results of a study have shown that Rybelsus® reduces blood sugar better than placebos (treatments that do not contain any active ingredients). Using blood tests, researchers measured hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), a marker of blood sugar control. The HbA1c target value is usually 7%, but it varies from person to person. You should discuss the target goal for your treatment with your doctor. Weight-loss enthusiasts are increasingly using Rybelsus®, which is similar to Ozempic and Trulicity.

Communicate openly with your doctor about the medications you are currently taking. The combination of semaglutide with other medications (such as Jardiance) may not be optimal.

Rybelsus® decreased HbA1c levels by 1.2% to 1.4% in adults with type 2 diabetes during the 26-week study. In comparison, placebos only reduced blood pressure by 0.3%. About 69% to 77% of Rybelsus® users had an HbA1c level under 7%, compared to 31% of placebo users.

You can ask your doctor which is best for you because Rybelsus® and Ozempic® both have similar properties, but they also have differences.

Rybelsus FAQ4

That’s right! The exact same solution and manufacturer (Novo Nordisk) can be found at your local pharmacy in the United States. Canada is the source of all our products! 

Indeed! It is necessary for you to provide a copy of your prescription. It is important to note that screenshots of online prescriptions on a prescriber or pharmacy portal are not accepted. 


The prescription must be written by a licensed prescriber from the United States. When you place your order, you will be prompted to upload your prescription. Then voilà! From there, we take care of everything! 

After reviewing the prescription and order, our pharmacy team will send it for payment, packaging, and shipping. 

It will take approximately 7-10 business days for your order to arrive once it is on the way. A tracking number will be emailed to you. All of our deliveries are handled by USPS. 

Shipping is $39.99. We use temperature sensitive packaging and our carrier is USPS. There is no overnight shipping.

Yes, absolutely! Your tracking number will be emailed to you once your order has been shipped. 

Unfortunately, no. Any screenshot of an online prescription will not be accepted. 

Easy as pie! Log back into your account and click on order refills. Please ensure there is refills left on file or you have to submit a new prescription. 

Since we ship our medication from Canada, Rybelsus® is cheaper! Because of Canada’s strict price gauging policies, our medication is much cheaper than in the US.

Rybelsus® does not contain any specific warnings about drinking alcohol. It is important to keep in mind that alcohol can lower blood sugar levels. Alcohol increases your risk of hypoglycemia if you are taking other diabetes medications. Additionally, many alcoholic drinks are high in carbohydrates and sugar. Avoid alcohol if you’re trying to lose weight.

Rybelsus® was found to be more effective than a placebo (a sugar pill) in clinical studies. It is important to note, however, that individual results may vary, and weight loss may not be sustained without dietary and exercise changes.


When used in conjunction with diet and exercise, Rybelsus® is FDA-approved for the treatment of type 2 diabetes in adults.

The first medication you should try if diet and exercise don’t work for your type 2 diabetes is Rybelsus. Diabetic ketoacidosis and type 1 diabetes are not suitable for people who take this drug. Rybelsus has also not been studied in people with pancreatitis, which results in inflammation of the pancreas.

As a result of insulin problems, type 2 diabetes causes high blood sugar levels. Blood sugar is controlled by insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. Type 2 diabetes is caused by a lack of insulin or a poor response to insulin.

Most people with diabetes have type 2. In addition to causing problems with the heart, eyes, and nerves, type 2 diabetes can lead to complications throughout the body if left untreated. These complications can include high blood pressure, diabetic retinopathy, and neuropathy (nerve damage).

Side Effects

There is a wide range of side effects associated with Rybelsus. Rybelsus is associated with a number of side effects. This list does not include all possible side effects.

Rybelsus® may cause side effects. Discuss these with your doctor or pharmacist. The doctor can give you tips on how to handle any side effects that are bothersome.

Rybelsus can cause mild side effects such as:

– nausea and vomiting
belly pain
– diarrhea
– decreased appetite
– constipation
– weight loss

There are usually no long-term side effects from most of these medications. When they don’t go away or become more severe, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.

The side effects of Rybelsus® are rarely severe, but they can occur. Symptoms of serious side effects should be reported to your doctor. You should contact 911 if you have a medical emergency or if your symptoms are life-threatening.

Drug Interactions

Rybelsus® and medications in the sulfonylurea class may increase your chances of getting hypoglycemia (low blood sugar). Type 2 diabetes can be treated with sulfonylurea drugs. (A drug class is a group of medications that work similarly.)

When you take Rybelsus® and insulin, you are more likely to experience hypoglycemia.

If you are taking any other oral medications, you should wait at least 30 minutes before taking Rybelsus®. Unless you take Rybelsus® as an oral tablet, capsule, or liquid, it will not be effective in treating your condition.

In addition to slowing stomach emptying, Rybelsus® can also affect the way your body absorbs other medications. In order to make sure your medication is working properly, your doctor may test you more frequently.

If you take any medications, tell your doctor before starting Rybelsus®. You can get advice from them on when to take Rybelsus® and when to take them.

Allergic Reaction

It is possible to have an allergic reaction after taking Rybelsus®, as with most drugs. There is no information available about how often Rybelsus® causes allergic reactions.

Mild allergic reactions are characterized by skin rash, itchiness, and flushing (warmth and redness of the skin).

There is a possibility of a more severe allergic reaction, but it is rare. In addition to swelling under your skin, swelling of your tongue, mouth, or throat, and trouble breathing or speaking, severe allergic reactions can cause swelling in your eyelids, lips, hands, or feet.

If you experience a severe allergic reaction to Rybelsus, you should contact your doctor immediately. You should call 911 if your symptoms are life-threatening or you think you are experiencing a medical emergency.

Missed Dose

Wait until the next day to take your Rybelsus® dose if you miss one. You shouldn’t double up on doses to make up for missed ones.

Setting a reminder on your phone can help you remember to take your medicine. It may also be helpful to use a medication timer.