Your WeGoTogether™ Snapshot

Category: Taking Wegovy™  

As a form of support, your WeGoTogether™ Snapshot is one way to stay organized and informed as you work toward your weight-management goals. Let’s walk through what you get and why it’s important.

The Picture of Progress

Progress can look different to everyone. Whether you measure by the numbers or by how you feel, your Snapshot is a handy way to see where you are and has information you can use. While you’re managing your weight with Wegovy™, a reduced-calorie meal plan, and increased physical activity, it’s a helpful way to see where you started, how far you’ve come, and chart a path forward.

Illustration is for example purposes only. This type of weight loss is not guaranteed for everyone.

Start With Your Stats

If you go to the My Progress section, you will find your current weight and other measurements. Consider coming to the portal on days you take your medicine and updating your stats. It will be a helpful reminder and help to build your stats.

Get Your Snapshot

Every 4 weeks, you can get your WeGoTogether™ Snapshot. Look for emails and notifications on your portal that will remind you to get your Snapshot. See the example.

Using Your Snapshot

Once you get your Snapshot, what can you do with it? You can:

Use it to spot trends. Your Snapshot gives you an overview of your progress as well as detailed stats. That means you can see where things are changing and where things might need adjusting.

 

Save it or print it so you can keep it on hand when you need encouragement.

 

Share it with your health care provider so they can see your progress and help you set new goals.

Remember, progress is yours to define. Small or large, every step forward is a step closer to where you want to be. Get your WeGoTogether™ Snapshot each month and keep your eyes on your goal. 

What is Wegovy™?

Wegovy™ (semaglutide) injection 2.4 mg is an injectable prescription medicine used for adults with obesity (BMI ≥30) or overweight (excess weight) (BMI ≥27) who also have weight-related medical problems to help them lose weight and keep the weight off.

Please see Important Safety Information below.

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