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Medications in Montreal

Clinician-led programs that offer medications like Ozempic, Wegovy, and Mounjaro in Montreal

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Getting Ozempic in Montreal

With Cloudcure programs, you get prescription medications like Ozempic. You also regularly meet your medical and wellness team for virtual consultations by video.

Ozempic in Toronto

To get Ozempic in Montreal, you have a few options. You can either consult your primary care physician, or speak to a Cloudcure provider.

Yes, Ozempic is approved by Health Canada and can be safely prescribed by licensed physicians and nurse practitioners in Quebec.

Ozempic is a once-weekly semaglutide injection. It comes in multi-dose pens in either a 2mg or 4mg size in Canada. It belongs to a class of drugs known as GLP-1 receptor agonists, which regulate blood glucose. 

In Montreal, the price of Ozempic varies depending on your health plan coverage, the pharmacy and the dosage. Pricing for your dosage is discussed during your first online consultation.

Health Canada's regulations require confirming your patient status to learn more. Please provide the Drug Identification Number (DIN) from your product packaging.

Getting Wegovy in Montreal

Cloudcure programs also offer prescription medications like Wegovy for patients that qualify for treatment.

Wegovy in Toronto

Much like Ozempic, to get Wegovy in Montreal, you need to consult with your physician or talk to a Cloudcure clinician who will prescribe Wegovy if it’s right for you.

To buy Wegovy in Montreal, you can either go to a pharmacy with your prescription or have it directly delivered to your home as part of your Cloudcure program.

Wegovy mimics the hormone GLP-1 which is released by our bodies after a meal. It makes you feel fuller and less hungry. It is prescribed to individuals experiencing weight-related health conditions, in addition to a reduced calorie diet and increased physical activity.

Medication cost is influenced by both the pharmacy and the prescribed dosage. With an insurance plan, the cost to the patient can be significantly reduced.

Health Canada's regulations require confirming your patient status to learn more. Please provide the Drug Identification Number (DIN) from your product packaging.

Getting Mounjaro in Toronto

Mounjaro is another medication you can get through your Cloudcure program, prescribed by licensed clinicians and delivered for free in Toronto.

Mounjaro has the active ingredient called tirzepatide. It comes in dosages of 2.5mg, 5mg, 7.5mg, 10.0mg, 12.5mg and 15.0mg. In Canada, it is currently only available in vial-based format although Health Canada has approved a pre-filled pen version which may be available in the future for sale.

Mounjaro was developed by Eli Lily. It is now available in Canada, and the cost can vary based on the dosage, your treatment plan, and your health insurance.

Health Canada's regulations require confirming your patient status to learn more. Please provide the Drug Identification Number (DIN) from your product packaging.

Similar to other prescription medications, you can either consult with your primary care physician or get in touch with a Cloudcure provider to get a prescription for Mounjaro in Montreal.                                        

Once you have a prescription, you can get Mounjaro from any licensed healthcare provider, a local pharmacy or through one of our Cloudcure programs.

FAQs

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Who is eligible to join Cloudcure?

Generally, the following individuals may qualify for the program: Aged 18+, with a BMI of 27 and an associated health condition. Other factors may be taken into consideration by the clinician, such as pregnancy, eating disorders, medical history and availability in your region. Simply take our quick quiz to see if you are eligible for our programs!

What is the Cloudcure approach and how does it work?

Cloudcure programs combine psychology-based curriculum, effective medical treatments and ongoing support.

The process consists of a few simple steps:

  1. Complete the eligibility quiz to check if you qualify
  2. Sign up for a care plan to get started
  3. Receive your lab requisition for blood work
  4. Complete the testing at any conveniently located lab
  5. See your Cloudcure provider to receive a treatment plan
  6. Have your medication discretely and conveniently delivered
  7. Begin your journey with your Health Coach (optional)
Should I join Cloudcure if I have a doctor?

Cloudcure offers longitudinal care in a program format, designed to help you with specific goals. We do not replace your primary care provider and you should continue to review your overall health concerns or regular checkups with your family doctor.

What is Ozempic approved for?

Ozempic (Semaglutide) is currently approved by Health Canada for once-weekly treatment of type 2 diabetes. 

It is important to combine this treatment with changes in diet, exercise and healthy living. 

What is Mounjaro approved for?

Mounjaro (Tirzepatide) belongs to the GLP-1 class of medications. It is  currently approved by Health Canada for once-weekly treatment of type 2 diabetes. 

This treatment is usually prescribed with changes in nutrition, exercise and lifestyle. 

What is Wegovy approved for?

Wegovy, which is also a semaglutide, has been approved for weight management in adults who are medically overweight or suffer from obesity.

Wegovy should be taken as an adjunct to a nutritional diet and exercise.

How is Cloudcure different from other providers?

Cloudcure is a clinician-guided metabolic health program designed and supported by a multi-disciplinary medical team. Instead of a focus only on medication, we focus on treatment that includes an effective lifestyle change as well.

How long do I have to take medication?

Generally speaking, most individuals should medication for a year before they can consider coming off under the supervision of a medical professional. 

Valuable information and resources are available with your DIN.

Health Canada regulations require us to confirm your patient status to access more information.