Fletcher Family Medical

GLP-1 Weight Loss

Introducing Subsema - Sublingual GLP-1 Semaglutide now available at FFMC
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The Source of Subsema

Weight Loss You Can Trust

The Semaglutide in Subsema is sourced directly from Rybelsus tablets from Novo Nordisk, the manufacturer of Rybelsus, Ozempic, and Wegovy. It is not sourced from outside chemical manufactures. 

What is Subsema?

Subsema is sublingual, which means it requires no needles or injections. It uses a unique delivery system that, when placed under your tongue, has superior absorption compared to oral or injectable forms.  

The Semaglutide used in Subsema is the same formula found in Rybelsus tablets, but since Rybelsus is taken orally, the absorption is less than 1%.  This is why the injectable form has been used more widely with better weight loss results.  Now with Subsema, you get similar efficacy of an injectable form but without any needles.

Compounded Semaglutide

Due to shortages of Ozempic and Wegovy, many compounding pharmacies began compounding their own “generic” versions of these drugs.  These medications are not FDA approved and the FDA has raised concerns about the sources of these ingredients.  If you aren’t using branded Ozempic or Wegovy, then you may not be aware of exactly where the source of the Semaglutide is coming from. 

Get to Know Subsema

How to Take Subsema

Subsema is delivered as a liquid, 0.25 – 0.5ml placed under the tongue for 90 seconds once daily and then swallowed. You cannot eat for 30 minutes after taking it.


The cost for Subsema is $220 per 1 month supply. Medical visits can be billed using insurance is we accept your insurance or $150 if we do not accept your insurance. You will receive refills for 6 months with each visit.

Telehealth or in-person visits

Currently, we can provide telehealth or in-person visits for this.

Where we can prescribe

We can prescribe anywhere in the State of California at this time. Just schedule a telehealth visit to get started.