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Saxenda (liraglutide) is a daily injectable medication approved for weight management. At London Weight Loss Clinic, we specialise in offering Saxenda, supported by expert medical guidance and personalised care plans. Saxenda prices start from £49 per pen.

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How it works

Your journey to weight loss in three simple steps.

Check your eligibility

Complete our free online assessment. You’ll answer some simple questions about your health to see which weight loss treatment is right for you.

Doctor review

One of our doctors will review your answers to make sure the treatment is safe for you. They’ll pick the best treatment for your health and needs.

Get your treatment

Your treatment will be discreetly delivered right to your door. London Weight Loss Clinic, powered by Medicspot, will give you ongoing weight loss and health support.
Get fast delivery if you live in Soho, Camden, City of London, West End, Kings Cross, Covent Garden, Canary Wharf, Greenwich or South Bank.

What is Saxenda

Saxenda is a prescription medication designed to assist with weight loss and long-term weight management. Here’s what you should know.

Active ingredient

Saxenda contains liraglutide.

How it works

Saxenda reduces your appetite, which usually results in you eating less, leading to weight loss.


Saxenda is taken once every day via injection.


Suitable for adults with a BMI of 30 or more, or 27 or more with weight-related conditions such as hypertension or type 2 diabetes.


Clinical trials show that it can lead to an average weight loss of about 5-10% of body weight.

Side effects

Potential side effects include nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain, headache, fatigue, upset stomach, dizziness, injection site reaction, dizziness, hypoglycemia, and change in enzyme levels in your blood.
Saxenda offers a viable solution for people seeking help with weight loss and is effective when combined with diet and exercise.

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How to buy Saxenda in London

Purchasing Saxenda in London involves several straightforward steps:


Certain online health providers, including London Weight Loss Clinic, offer Saxenda with options for fast, discreet delivery.


Check if Saxenda is right for you through a consultation with your healthcare provider.


If deemed suitable, you will receive a prescription for Saxenda.


Receive your medication from the pharmacy that’s partnered with your chosen provider.


Regular follow-up appointments are essential to monitor your progress and adjust the treatment as needed.
Make sure to only purchase Saxenda from reputable sources to avoid counterfeit medications and ensure you are receiving genuine and safe treatment.

Saxenda dosing schedule

Wegovy is taken once a week. London Weight Loss Clinic experts suggest a specific schedule to gradually increase the dosage to help your body acclimate to the medication.

Week 1

Start with a dose of 0.6mg per day. This initial low dose helps your body gradually adjust to the medication.

Week 2

Increase the dose to 1.2mg per day. If you tolerated the initial dose well, this increase will continue to help you adjust while enhancing the medication’s effects.

Week 3

Increase the dose to 1.8mg per day. Continue monitoring how you feel and report any significant side effects to your healthcare provider.

Week 4

Increase the dose to 2.4mg per day. By this week, your body should be adjusting to Saxenda, and you might start noticing changes in your appetite and weight.

Week 5+

Increase to the maintenance dose of 3.0mg per day. This is the recommended dose for continued weight management.
It’s important to inject Saxenda according to the instructions provided by your healthcare provider, usually into areas such as the abdomen, thigh, or upper arm. Rotate the injection site with each dose to reduce the risk of skin irritation. It is not safe to increase the dose any faster than every week. Follow your healthcare provider’s advice to manage the dose and reduce side effects.

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Supporting your mental health

Obesity, being overweight mental health problems, such as depression and eating disorders, can negatively affect each other, making it harder to manage your weight. It’s important to recognise the link between your mental health and your weight so you can seek help if you need it.

Talking therapies

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be effective for tackling the psychological challenges associated with eating disorders and obesity. It focuses on changing the way you think and behave, helping to break the cycle of negative thoughts and actions that can impact eating habits and body image.

To find a CBT therapist via the NHS, you can refer yourself or speak to your GP, who can refer you to talking therapies in London.

Why it’s important

By addressing mental health alongside physical health, you have a much better chance of succeeding with Saxenda, improving your overall wellbeing and quality of life. If you find yourself in need of urgent mental health support, contact your local mental health helpline provided by the NHS. These resources can provide immediate care and support in times of need, ensuring that no one has to face their challenges alone.

Keeping active

Exercise doesn’t just burn calories. By triggering the release of endorphins, the body’s natural mood enhancers, exercise has been shown to help combat depression and anxiety.

There’s plenty of ways to stay active in London, from local gyms and fitness classes to parks and recreational facilities.

Support in London

In London, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust provides comprehensive mental health support for Saxenda patients. They can help with eating disorders and weight-related mental health issues.

Discuss your mental health with your GP in London who can refer you to a specialist. You may also be able to refer yourself directly without a referral, but you will need to be registered with a GP to get talking therapies on the NHS. You can find a GP in London on the NHS website.

Medically reviewed

This page was last medically reviewed by Dr Adam Abbs on 4 June 2024.

London Weight Loss Clinic is committed to providing you with the most objective, trustworthy and accurate health information.

Our content is regularly updated to reflect the latest medical research and guidelines.

  • Dr Adam Abbs

    Dr Adam Abbs


    Dr Adam Abbs is an NHS-trained GP with a keen focus on digital health, AI in healthcare, and personalised medicine, including weight loss. He is a leader in creating new ways to provide safe and easy-to-access healthcare through remote care. Dr Abbs is also a skilled medical writer and wrote the RCGP-accredited Remote Consultation Handbook in 2020.

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