Mounjaro GLP-1 weight loss medication
Two Mounjaro GLP-1 weight loss medication pens


Injectable GLP-1: Tirzepatide


Every 4 weeks

Mounjaro helps your body to control insulin production more effectively. This has an effect on your appetite and blood sugar levels, helping you feel fuller and less hungry for longer. Clinical trials have shown that Mounjaro, along with a healthy diet and exercise, can lead to significant weight loss.

  • GLP-1 injection taken once a week
  • Manages insulin production to reduce appetite
  • Lose 9–20% of your body weight a year
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Lose up to 20% of your body weight a year

Mounjaro has exhibited considerable effectiveness in aiding individuals aiming to lose a significant amount of weight within a year. Clinical trials have highlighted its potential for substantial weight reduction, with some participants achieving a remarkable milestone of shedding up to 20% of their body weight over a year. When combined with lifestyle modifications like dietary adjustments and regular exercise, Mounjaro has shown promising results in assisting individuals on their weight loss journey.

How Mounjaro works

Mounjaro has tirzepatide as its active ingredient, belonging to the GLP-1 agonists class of drugs. GLP-1 agonists aid in hunger regulation and are naturally released by the intestines after meals.

Because Mounjaro mimics GLP-1, it helps control appetite, making you feel fuller and less hungry. This often results in consuming fewer calories and shedding weight. Pairing Mounjaro with a reduced-calorie diet amplifies its benefits.

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Mounjaro FAQs

What is Mounjaro?

Jan 4, 2024

Mounjaro is a weight loss treatment for people with a BMI over 27. It contains a drug called tirzepatide and is taken via an injection pen. Mounjaro is suitable for people who have weight-related medical conditions like type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, obstructive sleep apnea and high blood pressure.

How much weight can I expect to lose with Mounjaro?

Jan 4, 2024

Mounjaro has shown promising results for weight loss in clinical trials. Studies have shown it’s effective in helping people achieve significant weight loss compared to a placebo or other medications.

Results have varied but, generally, people using Mounjaro in combination with lifestyle improvements have experienced substantial weight reduction compared to those who only made diet and exercise changes.

What are the potential side effects of Mounjaro?

Jan 12, 2024

Mounjaro (tirzepatide), is a prescription medication recently authorized for weight loss. During treatment you may experience various side effects that you should be aware of.

Common Side Effects of Mounjaro

Common side effects, affecting more than 1 in 10 patients, are seen in the digestive system, causing symptoms like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and constipation. Usually, these effects reduce over time. To manage nausea, individuals can take measures such as getting fresh air, sipping cold drinks, and consuming smaller, more frequent meals.

Some other common side effects are: feeling weak or fatigued, feeling dizzy, having difficulty sleeping (insomnia), and injection site reactions like bruising, pain, or a rash.

Individuals experiencing milder side effects should consult their healthcare provider for guidance and ensure they stay hydrated. Monitoring symptoms and reporting any persistent or worsening issues is crucial to maintaining a safe and effective treatment journey with Mounjaro.

For more persistent symptoms, maintaining hydration is essential, and consulting with a healthcare provider is recommended.

Uncommon and Rare Mounjaro Side Effects

Uncommon side effects, affecting 1 in 100 people, may involve an increased pulse rate, a general feeling of being unwell, dehydration, gallbladder inflammation, and delayed stomach emptying.

Rare side effects (1 in 100) include kidney-related issues, such as reduced function and failure, with signs like a metallic taste, reduced urine volume, and easy bruising. Recognizing these symptoms and seeking prompt medical attention is essential.

While serious side effects are rare, they may include allergic reactions or pancreatitis. Immediate medical attention is necessary if symptoms like difficulty breathing or severe abdominal pain occur.