Weight Loss | University Compounding Pharmacy

Weight Loss 

Because commercial semaglutide is currently on the FDA shortage list, compounding pharmacies have the legal right to provide compounded semaglutide, which can make a significant difference in patient care. 

Compounded semaglutide is administered subcutaneously (under the skin) in your stomach, thigh, or upper arm. Use a different body area each time you give yourself a shot. Injections are done once weekly, on the same day of each week, at any time of day with or without meals.

Available Strengths

  • Semaglutide/Cyanocobalamin 2mg-0.4mg/mL 1mL vial
  • Semaglutide/Cyanocobalamin 5mg-0.4mg/mL 2mL vial

How to Get Compounded Semaglutide 

Compounded semaglutide is available at University Compounding Pharmacy. Patients and providers can follow the instructions below in order to request a prescription for compounded semaglutide.

Instructions for Patients:

If you have a prescription for a weight loss product that you are unable to obtain, please reach out to your provider and inform them that University Compounding Pharmacy is compounding several weight loss products including semaglutide/cyanocobalamin. 

Please download a sample of our fax form to give to your provider: FAX FORM

Your provider may prescribe compounded semaglutide/cyanocobalamin in any of the following ways:

  • Email us at support@univrx.com to obtain a fax form and suggested dosing schedule
  • Call in a prescription at 1-877-531-1147
  • E-scribe
  • Request access to our Provider Portal

Instructions for Providers:

As a PCAB-certified pharmacy with over 20 years of experience, we ensure top-quality medication. Each batch is third-party tested for safety. States we are currently servicing include Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. 

You may prescribe compounded semaglutide/cyanocobalamin for your patients in any of the following ways listed above under patient instructions.