Tirzepatide is a medication sometimes prescribed to people who need medication to improve blood sugar control in the setting of diabetes in conjunction with diet and exercise. People who might need a tirzepatide prescription can call us to get a free consult with a medical professional who can prescribe tirzepatide injection medication when approved to do so.
Tirzepatide prescription medication, marketed under the brand name Mounjaro, is sometimes prescribed to patients who need better glycemic control in the setting of diabetes in conjunction with diet and exercise. Tirzepatide medication contains a compound known as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) – similar to semaglutide (Ozempic, Rybelsus and Wegovy) – but also contains another compound known as glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP), making it the first “twincretin” medication available. Early studies also suggest that tirzepatide may also help reduce body weight in some people. The specific tirzepatide dosage and regimen prescribed varies from patient to patient but tirzepatide injections are generally prescribed to administered subcutaneously once per week.
Some people have heard of using tirzepatide for weight loss. Tirzepatide has demonstrated promising early results in regards to weight reduction in patients participating in tirzepatide studies. Tirzepatide has been observed to improve the body’s sensitivity to insulin, reduce hunger and stabilize glucagon levels – all of which could help explain observed effects on weight. In the SURMOUNT-1 trial supported by Eli Lilly, tirzepatide use demonstrated substantial and sustained reductions in weight, when taken for a few months.
Tirzepatide is available by prescription only in the United States. As a result, Tirzepatide OTC (over the counter) is not available and one cannot simply buy tirzepatide online as the initial step to getting tirzepatide medication is consulting a licensed medical provider. People who might need a tirzepatide prescription, however, are able to get you connected with a medical provider who can prescribe tirzepatide medication when appropriate to do so.
Tirzepatide prescription medication can cause side effects when used, including diarrhea, nausea, low blood sugar and decreased appetite, but is generally well tolerated. People with certain types of thyroid disorders should not use tirzepatide injections. Tirzepatide injections and alcohol should not be used together. Given the possibility of adverse effects, patients considering using tirzepatide medication should discuss any concerns with a qualified medical provider before use. People with an allergy to tirzepatide medication or similar medications should avoid using tirzepatide prescription medication.