Mounjaro (Tirzepatide) Injections for Weight Loss

A newly approved weight loss treatment, not available yet to buy in the UK

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Out of stock. Prices from £199.00

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Frequently asked questions

How long does Mounjaro stay in your system?

Mounjaro has a half-life of 5 days. This is how long it takes for half the dose of tirzepatide to leave your system. After your last dose of Mounjaro, it should take around 25 days for all traces of it to leave your system.

Is Mounjaro a GLP-1?

Mounjaro is a GLP-1 receptor agonist, which means it acts like the hormone GLP-1 in your body. It isn’t GLP-1. This is similar to other weight loss medications like Saxenda and Wegovy.

How much does Mounjaro cost?

Mounjaro price will be around £119 per pen. This price may vary based on the service you use to request treatment. The price here is for buying Mounjaro from a pharmacy and doesn’t include prescription or consultation fees or any additional services like a weight loss plan.

Is there a cheaper alternative to Mounjaro?

Cheaper alternatives to Mounjaro may include:

How long does it take for Mounjaro to work?

Mounjaro can work straight away, but it may take a few weeks to feel the full effect on your appetite.

Although it can quickly reduce your appetite, it may be some time before you see noticeable weight loss. Weight loss takes time and depends on you sticking to your diet and exercise plan.

Over 85% of users see at least 5% weight loss after 72 weeks on 5mg Mounjaro.

Can I take Mounjaro when I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

No, Mounjaro isn’t safe for pregnancy or breastfeeding. There hasn’t been enough research into how this could affect the baby. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding and want weight loss treatment, talk to your GP.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Crystal Wyllie

Crystal qualified in Medicine at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry in 2010. She then trained as a GP in London hospitals and practices. She has a particular interest in reproductive, sexual and women’s health.

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Last reviewed: 13 Nov 2023

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