Instructions for getting a Mounjaro prescription from your doctor

October 26, 2022

To get Mounjaro, you will have to get a prescription from a doctor. While some doctors are familiar with Mounjaro, it is a new drug so many doctors will not understand its benefits and how to help you get it. This section is meant to make it easy for you to communicate with your doctor to get the prescription.

The first thing to decide is which doctor to visit for getting your prescription. We suggest you consider making an appointment with your primary care doctor or endocrinologist. If you do not have a primary care doctor there are telehealth clinics that you may be able to visit (but these have additional costs - more on this soon).

After you have your appointment, you will have to explain to your doctor why you would like to try Mounjaro, and how medical studies have shown it is safe and effective for people like you. To help you do this, we've made a printable template you can hand to your doctor.

Get a free printable template for your doctor

Explains to your doctor why you would like to try Mounjaro, and how medical studies have shown it is safe and effective.

Hopefully, the information in the free template combined with your personal situation will give your doctor reason to write you a prescription for Mounjaro.

Before visiting your doctor, it is understand that to use the $25 Mounjaro coupon, you must

  • Be a resident of the United States or Puerto Rico who is 18 years of age or older.
  • Have commercial health insurance and NOT be enrolled in a federal or state government-funded prescription program such as Medicaid, Medicare Part D, Medigap, DoD, VA, TRICare/CHAMPUS or any state patient or pharmaceutical assistance program
  • Have a Mounjaro prescription from your doctor for Type II Diabetes

Next steps

After your have your Mounjaro prescription, the next step is use the $25 coupon.

Instructions for using the Mounjaro Savings Card

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