It’s important to clarify that sublingual semaglutide drops are not currently an FDA-approved medication. While research is ongoing and they show promise, they are not yet available as a treatment option.

Key points to consider:

  • Both oral and injectable semaglutide have been shown to be effective for weight loss and blood sugar control in people with type 2 diabetes.
  • Oral semaglutide may cause more gastrointestinal side effects than the injectable version.
  • Injectable semaglutide requires needle use, which may be a barrier for some patients.

It’s crucial to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if semaglutide is an appropriate treatment option for you and to discuss which form (oral or injectable) would be most suitable based on your individual needs and preferences. They can also provide information on the potential risks and benefits of semaglutide and answer any questions you may have.

Below is a comparison chart of semaglutide pills (oral) and injectable semaglutide: