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Mounjaro (tirzepatide) is used for type 2 diabetes in adults to decrease blood sugar levels (blood glucose). Mounjaro is a once-weekly injection that should be used together with diet and exercise. In clinical trials, Mounjaro has also been shown to be useful for weight loss, but it is currently not an FDA-approved weight loss drug.


Ozempic is typically prescribed as a once-weekly injection. It works by reducing hunger, increasing feelings of fullness, and slowing down the emptying of the stomach. These effects can lead to a decrease in caloric intake and, consequently, weight loss.


Saxenda (liraglutide) is used for weight loss and to help keep weight off once weight has been lost, it is used for obese adults or overweight adults who also have weight-related medical problems. Saxenda can be used in children aged 12 to 17 years who with obesity and who have a bodyweight above 132 pounds (60 kg). Saxenda is used together with a healthy diet and exercise.


Wegovy (semaglutide) injection is a prescription medicine used for weight loss in obese adults and teenagers, or overweight adults with other weight-related medical issues. Wegovy works by regulating appetite and reducing calorie intake, leading to weight loss and helping with weight management.