Meghan McCain: I’m being ‘urged’ to take Ozempic to lose baby weight

Meghan McCain, co-host of The View and daughter of the late Senator John McCain, recently revealed that she is being “urged” to take the diabetes medication Ozempic to lose her baby weight.

In an Instagram post, McCain shared a photo of herself with her baby, Liberty, and wrote: “I’m being urged to take Ozempic to help me lose the baby weight…I’m not sure if I’m ready to do that yet.” Ozempic is a diabetes medication that is used to help control blood sugar levels.

McCain has been open about her struggles with her post-pregnancy weight. In a May 2021 interview with People, she said she felt “insecure” about her body after giving birth to Liberty. “I feel like I’m in a never-ending cycle of trying to lose weight and not being able to,” she said.

McCain’s post received a lot of support from her followers, many of whom shared their own experiences with post-pregnancy weight gain. Some praised her for being open about her struggles and encouraged her to take her time with her weight-loss journey. Others warned her against taking medication to lose weight, citing potential side effects.

McCain has yet to reveal if she’s decided to take Ozempic. However, she has made it clear that she’s in no rush to lose the baby weight and is taking her time with her post-pregnancy journey. “I’m trying to be patient and kind to myself,” she said in the People interview.

Regardless of her decision, McCain’s openness about her struggles with post-pregnancy weight has been praised by many and serves as an inspiration for other mothers who may be struggling with the same issue.






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