Sharon Osbourne, the 71-year-old reality television veteran, is resolute in her decision to take Ozempic, a weight loss drug that contributed to her shedding 40lbs. Despite achieving the desired weight loss, Sharon expressed contentment with the results while admitting a desire for a fuller figure. She shared on ITV’s ‘Loose Women’ show that, while she doesn't regret her choice, her weight loss journey has made it challenging to gain any weight back.
According to Female First UK, Sharon explained, “I don’t regret it. Everything with weight with me was, ‘I want it now’. The injections that I was on worked, but it just seems that now I can’t put anything on really.” She added that she wishes she could add 10 pounds back to her frame but has been unable to do so.
The former ‘Osbournes’ star disclosed in May that she used Ozempic injections for four months to lose 30lbs but experienced unpleasant side effects. She mentioned feeling nauseous and experiencing stomach upset during the initial months. Six months later, Sharon revealed she weighed under 100lbs and expressed concerns about her appearance, describing herself as "too gaunt."
Sharon cautioned against administering the weight-loss drug to teenagers, emphasizing the ease of abuse and the associated dangers. She shared her own experience of continuous weight loss, emphasizing the need for caution. Additionally, she mentioned that her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, was not a fan of her slimmer frame, expressing concerns about potential health risks.
In summary, Sharon Osbourne remains firm in her decision to use Ozempic despite side effects, acknowledging the challenges of maintaining a healthy weight post-treatment.
(With Agency Inputs)