An Australian woman trying to lose weight before her daughter’s wedding died from a side effect of a popular weight loss injection, 9Now reported Sunday.
Trish Webster, 56, was prescribed Ozempic — a diabetes drug that also causes weight loss — which she had been taking for five months at the time of her death. The woman then reportedly took another weight loss injection, Saxenda, losing a total of 35 pounds, according to 9Now.
Webster felt constantly ill throughout this period, according to her husband, Roy, who found her unresponsive on Jan. 16, the outlet reported.
“She had a little bit of brown stuff coming out of her mouth and I realized she wasn’t breathing, and started doing CPR,” Roy told 9Now. “It was just pouring out and I turned her onto the side because she couldn’t breathe.”
Trish Webster had been using weight loss injections including Ozempic to quickly drop a few kilograms and her husband Roy believes they killed her.https://t.co/vf3keA3W2Q
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Webster’s death certificate cites an acute gastrointestinal illness as the cause, and Roy suspects the weight loss drugs played a role in his wife’s sudden death, per 9Now. (Read more from “Woman Dies After Taking Popular Weight Loss Drug To Shed Pounds for Daughter’s Wedding” HERE)
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