SAXENDA® WEIGHT LOSS TREATMENT

Saxenda® is an injectable weight loss method that contains the prescription medicine liraglutide.

It works by controlling your appetite and is widely proven to be very effective with as many as 85% of people reporting some weight loss after using it*.

Saxenda requires a full consultation before being prescribed to ensure safety and suitability to each patient.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Often the problem with losing weight comes down to genetics and hormonal fluctuation.

The active ingredient of Saxenda®, Liraglutide is similar to a naturally occurring hormone produced by the body after you have eaten food.

Saxenda is administered via injections and works to help suppress appetite, telling receptors in your body to slow down the digestion of food and make you feel full.

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HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Saxenda comes in a prefilled 3ml injectable pen. Each pen costs from £60 and a single pen can last 17 days when first starting treatment.

Saxenda
1 Pen
17 days of treatment on first course
£74.99
2 Pens
3.5 weeks of treatment on first course
£149.99
3 Pens
4.5 weeks of treatment on first course
£185
5 Pens
6 weeks of treatment on first course (£60 per pen!)
£300

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Saxenda® (liraglutide) injection is an injectable prescription medicine used for adults with excess weight (A BMI greater than 27) who also have weight-related medical problems or obesity (BMI greater than 30).

It’s important for Saxenda® to be used alongside a reduced calorie diet and increased physical activity.

We will perform a full consultation to assess your suitability for treatment before it is prescribed.

Saxenda is taken as a daily dose which is gradually increased week by week until the maximum dosage is reached.

We will provide full information on how to use Saxenda.

The most common side effects can include nausea, diarrhea, and injection site reaction among others.

This can decrease over time as the body gets used to it.

We will advise you of a full list of side effects during your initial consultation.