Polycystic ovarian syndrome acquired 30 pounds for Bebe Rexha 2023

The 33-year-old pop artist has been open about her struggles with her weight since explaining that she was diagnosed with the disease, which causes a hormonal imbalance, last year. She says she is trying to “stay positive” despite the difficulties her health has brought.

During an interview on ‘The Jennifer Hudson Show’ on Thursday (25.05.23), she revealed that she had been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) a year prior. “I went to the doctor last year — and a lot of women actually have this and they don’t know about it,” she stated.

It’s a major reason why so many women are overweight or obese. I gained at least 30 pounds in a short period of time, perhaps more. But we have to look on the bright side and love on others.

Bebe Rexha was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome after she put on 30 pounds.

Bebe stated she was saddened by the criticism of her weight gain and loss, and claimed that online trolls had no idea what it’s like to be a public person.

It’s inevitable, she said, since we’re in the spotlight. Inevitably, I put on some weight after dramatically decreasing it. It’s real, so I can’t be furious about it, but seeing stuff like that does screw with your head.

It’s difficult because you can’t possibly fathom what another person is going through at any one moment in their life. Yet here we are in the year 2023, and I feel like we shouldn’t even be discussing people’s weight. Okay, listen up: I have a passion for food. A good meal is a highlight of my day.

When Bebe’s weight was brought up on TikTok, she expressed “upset” and asked her followers to “stop judging” one other based on appearance.

According to an interview she gave to PEOPLE, “You don’t know what somebody’s going through or what a healthy physique is. We must forego passing judgment on others. It hurts, but I can’t show anger due of my public profile. It’s disappointing and hurtful since I’m always striving to be the greatest version of myself, yet I have problems controlling my weight and eating habits.

Sometimes it’s difficult because, as I’ve already mentioned, a b**** enjoys a good meal. I’ve been on every conceivable diet, and it all boils down to finding the path to health that works best for you.

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