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Ozempic Weight Loss Injection


Medication Features

Ozempic is a once-weekly Semaglutide injection licensed for Type 2 diabetes.

Each pack of Ozempic contains 4 x weekly doses.


  • 0.25mg: £349.00 (starting dose) ( Out of Stock )

  • 0.5mg: £349.00 (titration dose) ( Out of Stock )

  • 1.0mg: £349.00 (maintenance dose) ( Out of Stock )

Please note that since the launch of Wegovy, Ozempic is no longer available for the treatment of weight loss off-label. If you have been taking Ozempic then you will need to switch to Wegovy. Please click below to visit the Wegovy treatment page for more information.

Treatment and dose can be selected after the consultation form is completed.


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How Ozempic works

What Is Ozempic?

Semaglutide (Ozempic) is a prescription medication used to treat and manage Type 2 Diabetes. The active ingredient is Semaglutide which mimics the action of one of your bodies natural hormones (GLP1).

It is also responsible for making you feel full and as a result, reducing your appetite. GLP1/Semaglutide also delays the emptying of your stomach which again goes toward making you feel fuller for longer.

In clinical studies, Ozempic / Semaglutide has been shown to be effective and acceptable for use by patients with Type 2 Diabetes. The clinical evidence also suggests that Semaglutide may also help obese patients with weight loss, leaving the patient feeling more satisfied after eating.

This suggests that Semaglutide may be a more potent drug and possibly better suited to those with a higher BMI or who may be classed as obese. The license indication is for type 2 diabetes and studies have looked at weight loss as a secondary endpoint. Clinical trials for which have looked at weight loss as a primary endpoint have recently been completed and are with the regulatory authorities pending a license to treat weight loss and obesity. Prescribing Ozempic for weight loss in the UK is therefore off-license, although clinically justified.

Important to note that Ozempic is currently used for weight loss off-label, and Semaglutide for weight loss will be launched in 2023 under the brand name Wegovy.

Where Can I Buy Ozempic In The UK?

You can buy Ozempic (semaglutide) online from London Slimming Clinic. The price of each Ozempic Pen also includes free consultation by our healthcare professionals. If your consultation is approved, a prescription will be generated and delivered to you by tracked delivery.

Semaglutide (Ozempic) And Weight Loss

Whilst Ozempic has been marketed and licensed for Diabetes, the active ingredient (Semaglutide) has shown to suppress appetite and help the person taking it feel fuller quicker after a meal and for longer. This means that those taking Semaglutide are not just likely to consume less during a meal, feeling fuller for longer would mean being less likely to snack as much between meals. This reduction in appetite may also contribute to patients eating smaller portions than what they’re used to. An overall significantly less calorie deficit would tend to result in patients beginning to lose weight when they start taking Ozempic.

How Effective is Semaglutide (Ozempic) for Weight Loss?

A number of clinical trials have been carried out to show the effectiveness of Semaglutide as a weight loss drug. In one such study, 957 participants had taken part, all with a BMI of 30 or above, over 18 years of age and non-diabetic. The study found that 957 participants with a BMI of 30 kg/m2 or more took part in a clinical trial to test the efficacy of Semaglutide as weight loss drug. Eligible participants were adults over the age of 18 years, who did not have diabetes. 37-65% of those taking Semaglutide lost an estimated 10% or more body weight across all doses. In comparison, those who took the placebo (non-active medication), the same weight loss was seen in only 10% of those participants.

This study concluded that in combination with dietary and physical activity counselling, semaglutide was well tolerated over 52 weeks and showed clinically relevant weight loss compared with placebo at all doses.

Semaglutide is already available to be prescribed in the UK and is licensed to treat type-2 diabetes under the name of Ozempic®. An application has been submitted to the regulatory authorities and in the process of being approved as a weight loss medication in the near future.

Ozempic is approved in the UK and there is sufficient clinical evidence in weight loss. It has been generally well-tolerated by people who do not have Type 2 Diabetes with no new safety concerns arising in the recent clinical trials. An independent prescriber is permitted to prescribe it for weight loss as long as they feel it is clinically appropriate and justified.

How is Ozempic taken?

Ozempic is a once weekly pre-filled injectable pen. Attached the single-use needle which comes in the box, dial the dose to the required level and inject into the stomach or thigh. Each pen lasts 4 weeks.

The beginning dose is 0.25 mg once a week for the first 4 weeks. This will give your body a chance to get used to the medicine. At Week 5, you will increase the dose to 0.5 mg once a week, followed by 1.0mg. Once you have reached 1.0mg you remain on that for the duration of your treatment.

You can watch the video on how to use the Ozempic pen by clicking here.

You can download and read the patient information leaflets (PIL) for each dose of Ozempic here: 0.25mg PIL | 0.5mg PIL | 1.0mg PIL.

Side effects

Like any new medication you take, your body will have to adjust to it and it is likely to cause some side effects. Some of the most common side effects are the following:

  • Feeling sick (nausea)
  • Diarrhoea
  • Constipation
  • Indigestion
  • Inflamed stomach (gastritis)
  • Reflux or heartburn)
  • Stomach pain and bloating of the stomach
  • Burping
  • Gallstones
  • Tiredness
  • Increase of pancreatic enzymes (such as lipase and amylase).

These do tend to go away over time once your body has adjusted to it.

Do ensure that you have read the patient information leaflet to be fully aware of the all the side effects.

Who can use Ozempic?

The weekly weight loss jab is suitable for those with a BMI above 30 (or 27 with a weight related co-morbidity). After you complete you ronline consultation you will be assess by the prescriber who will take into account factors such as you BMI, your medical history, current medication etc.

Semaglutide will not be suitable and will not be prescribed if you fall into one of the categories below:

  • Under 18 or above 75 years of age
  • If you are breastfeeding, pregnant or actively trying to get pregnant.
  • Anyone who has had pancreatitis
  • Anyone with or a family history of thyroid tumours or thyroid cancer
  • Type 1 diabetics or patients taking diabetic medication
  • Kidney problems
  • Dehydration

Faqs

Find answers to FAQs about ordering Ozempic Pens online

Before opening, Ozempic should be stored at a temperature between 2°C – 8°C. Unused pens that are stored in the fridge are safe to use up until their expiry date Do not freeze it. Once you start using the pen you can either store it in the fridge or keep it outside the fridge for up to 6 weeks. If you decide to keep it outside the fridge, ensure that the temperature does not exceed 30 degrees C. Do not use this product if the expiry date printed on the original packaging has passed.

If you’re taking Semaglutide for the first time, or you’re restarting after a few weeks off, you will start on the 0.25mg dose, and take this for 4 weeks (once injection a week). The 0.25 is also known as your ‘starting dose’.

After your first month on treatment, you will increase your dose to 0.5mg and remain on this for 4 weeks. The 0.5mg is known as the ‘titration dose’.

After this, as long as you do not have severe nausea or other side effects, you will progress to the 1.0mg. This is known as the maintenance dose and will remain on this for the duration of your treatment.

Please note that the prescriber will make the final decision on whether the course of treatment and the dose you take is appropriate.

Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can also contact us for additional information and advice.

If you forgot to use your injection on your usual day, you can just inject yourself as soon as you remember, as long as it’s within 5 days from your usual injection day. For example, if you usually inject yourself on Monday, then you can take your missed dose up until Friday.If more than 5 days have passed since you were supposed to use your injection, you should skip the missed dose and continue as normal when your next dose is due. For example, if you usually inject yourself on Monday and have not taken your injection until Friday, then you should take it the following Monday and not on Saturday or Sunday. Do not inject yourself twice to make up for a forgotten dose.

Like any new medication you take, your body will have to adjust to it and it is likely to cause some side effects. Some of the most common side effects are the following:

  • Feeling sick (nausea)
  • Diarrhoea
  • Constipation
  • Indigestion
  • Inflamed stomach (gastritis)
  • Reflux or heartburn
  • Stomach pain and bloating of the stomach
  • Burping
  • Gallstones
  • Tiredness
  • Increase of pancreatic enzymes (such as lipase and amylase).

These do tend to go away over time once your body has adjusted to it. Do ensure that you have read the patient information leaflet to be fully aware of the all the side effects.

Yes. Ozempic is a prescription only medication and we will only dispense it for you with a valid prescription. Our healthcare professionals will issue a prescriptions free of cost if they think this treatment would be right for you and your condition. In order to be prescribed Ozempic, you can click on ‘start consultation’ on the top of this page and answer the questions in that section. These questions have been designed by our healthcare team to understand your healthcare needs in order to specifically determine which treatment is suitable for your weight loss. Just like an in-person consultation with your GP, our prescribers will assess your answers to their questions and write a prescription for the treatment they think will be best for you. You’ll then be able to pay for your medication and we’ll send it out to you quickly and in discreet packaging. If our healthcare professions feel that your selected treatment is not the most suitable one for you, you will be contacted and offered an alternative treatment and advice.

The active ingredient in Ozempic is Semaglutide, a medication which is similar to a naturally occurring hormone in your body which is called GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1). This is an appetite hormone, which that helps regulate hunger and helps our brain to recognise that we’re satisfied and don’t need any more food. By helping reduce your appetite and making you feel fuller, this may lead to you consuming fewer calories and therefore losing weight. When paired with a low-calorie diet and regular exercise, this treatment can help you to lose weight and keep it off.

Ozempic is the brand name for the molecule Semaglutide. Until the end of 2020, Ozempic weekly injection was the only form of Semaglutide available. Since then the manufacturers, Novo Nordisk, have also launched a daily Semaglutide tablet, called Rybelsus. Wegovy, which is the higher strength 2.4mg Semaglutide is expected to be launch soon which is licensed for weight loss.