Botched Star Terry Dubrow Opens Up About Ozempic Weight Loss Journey

Botched Star Terry Dubrow’s Ozempic Experience

Renowned plastic surgeon and star of Botched and Real Housewives of Orange County, Terry Dubrow, has openly discussed his journey with the weight loss drug Ozempic, revealing that he has discontinued its use.

Reasons Behind Quitting Ozempic

Despite being an avid supporter of Ozempic, a medication designed for those with type 2 diabetes, the 65-year-old celebrity surgeon disclosed to Page Six that he decided to stop taking the drug due to experiencing ‘some side effects.’

Dubrow, who recently sported a new hairstyle, admitted that Ozempic took away the joy of eating, prompting his decision to regain his appetite.

Dubrow’s Perspective on Ozempic

Expressing his admiration for Ozempic, Dubrow mentioned trying the drug to understand its effects on individuals without diabetes who aim to lose a modest amount of weight—specifically, 10 to 15 pounds.

Despite acknowledging the drug’s effectiveness, he cited ‘low-grade nausea’ and a diminished interest in food as drawbacks.

Quitting for the Holidays

Dubrow’s decision to quit Ozempic stemmed from his desire to enjoy the upcoming holidays and savor the experience of eating without restrictions.

He emphasized the inability to consume alcohol while on Ozempic and the associated risks of pancreatitis.

Dubrow’s Endorsement Despite Quitting

Despite discontinuing Ozempic, Dubrow continues to regard the drug as ‘amazing’ and hails it as the ‘biggest breakthrough in medical history.’

His co-star, Paul Nassif, added that Ozempic might contribute to a longer life.

Sagging Skin Concerns and Ozempic Body

Dubrow highlighted an observed trend among plastic surgery patients using Ozempic, noting concerns about sagging skin due to rapid weight loss.

Dubrow coined the term ‘Ozempic body and face,’ describing the effects on muscle loss and hanging skin.

Expert Advice for Ozempic Users

Drawing from his professional experience, Dubrow advised individuals taking Ozempic to incorporate exercise and increase protein intake to counteract potential issues with sagging skin.

Botched Season Nine Premiere

As Dubrow shared his Ozempic journey, Botched Season Nine premiered on January 18, with new episodes airing on E! every Thursday.

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