Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s daughter, Gracie, stands by the use of Ozempic in the midst of her battle with polycystic ovary syndrome.
After posting bikini pictures on Instagram last week, the 26-year-old said there was “no need to accuse” her of using her Type II diabetes medication as she was “open” about it.
“I used Ozempic last year, yes,” Gracie wrote in the comments section.
“I’m currently using a low dose of Mounjaro for my PCOS and exercising,” she continued.
The social media cheers come a year after Gracie announced her PCOS diagnosis.
“You would need 2 of the 5 features of PCOS to get the correct diagnosis, and I had 4,” the singer told her Instagram followers in March 2022.
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“During my appointment with my endocrinologist, I realized that this could be a factor in my weight problem, so we decided to try a drug to regulate my body more normally and create tools that will continue to maintain my body and myself as I get older.”
The actress clarified that at the time she was prescribed “Qysmia and Ozempic” and the weight loss drugs gave her “body”. [she hadn’t] There were years.”
“I send love to those who are struggling with something similar or literally anything,” he concluded. “The road is long, but we can handle it.”
Gracie is the eldest of McGraw and Hill’s children and the country singers also share 24-year-old Maggie and 21-year-old Audrey.