A couple of months ago, Sharon, 71, opened up about her regrets when it comes to using Ozempic for weight loss. The drug was approved by the FDA to help reduce the risk of heart attack in adults with heart disease, and to lower blood sugar levels in people with Type 2 diabetes, but was not approved for management. chest pressure.
Despite this, Ozempic has become increasingly popular for weight loss among several celebrities, many of whom have openly talked about using the drug.
“I’ve lost 42 pounds now and it’s just enough,” she said. “I didn’t want to go that thin, but it happened, and I’ll probably put it on again soon. “
Describing her symptoms in detail, Sharon said, “At first, I mean, you feel nauseous. You don’t physically throw up, but you have that feeling. It was about two, three weeks where I felt nauseous all the time. “
“You get thirsty and you don’t want to eat. That’s it,” she said. “That’s why I keep saying you have to keep this stuff away from young people because they’re going to go on, and that’s not right.”
Sharon also previously revealed that using Ozempic has had a big impact on her appetite, noting that she now goes “at least three days” a week “without eating.”
And now, Sharon is opening up again about the long-term effects of the drug, revealing that she can’t put any pressure on her at the moment.
“I don’t care what people say about the way I look,” she said in a new interview with the Daily Mail, before looking into a mirror and saying, “I know that I look gloomy and I know everything that goes with it. . And I did it.”
“I’m too skinny and I can’t put on any weight. I want to, because I feel I’m too tired,” she said, before warning people: “Be careful what you wish for.”
“My warning is don’t give it to teenagers, it’s just too easy,” she said. “You can lose so much weight and it’s easy to get addicted to that, which is very dangerous. I couldn’t stop losing weight… and I can’t lose any more.”