Ozzy Osbourne, 73, ‘feels good’ as she leaves hospital in wheelchair with wife Sharon after ‘major’ surgery

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Ozzy Osbourne was ‘feeling great’ when he was pictured leaving the hospital in a wheelchair with wife Sharon by his side for a ‘major surgery’ which she said would “determine his fate” rest of life”.

The 73-year-old rock star was wearing black sweatpants, a long-sleeve shirt and a hospital bracelet as a medical professional guided the family out of the facility and to a waiting vehicle after surgery.

The family has not publicly discussed the medical procedure Oz had to undergo, but Sharon admitted Oz was “feeling good” in a throwback snap shared on Wednesday on twitter Oz stood in front of the microphone.

Oz also spoke on the same day, sharing that he is “now recovering from the comfort of the hospital and going home”, the 73-year-old musician tweet to his millions of followers.

“I do feel the love and support from all of my fans and would like to thank you all for your thoughts, prayers and good wishes during my recovery.”

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In the snapshot, his wife of nearly 40 years, Sharon, can be seen following in a powder blue trouser suit. They all followed COVID-19 protocols and wore protective masks when leaving the health center.

Ozzy Osbourne pictured leaving hospital with wife Sharon Osbourne after ‘major surgery’ on Wednesday. She later tweeted that the rock star was “feeling great” after the surgery.
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“Our family is so grateful for the amount of love and support given before Oz’s surgery,” she tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

“Oz is doing well and is recovering. Your love means the world to him,” she added with the praying hands emoji.

Last week, she said Ozzy’s situation was challenging and he needed difficult surgery. She immediately flew back to the West Coast from London to stay by his side.

“He had major surgery on Monday and I had to be there,” she told her TalkTV panelists last week. “It’s really going to define the rest of his life.”

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A report has since surfaced that the procedure involved removing and readjusting pins on his neck and back. “Oz is 73 years old and when you get older, any kind of surgery is difficult,” a source told Page 6“It’s a big deal. The pins on his neck and back have been rearranged since he fell in 2019.”

On Monday, both Sharon and Kelly were seen visiting the Black Sabbath frontman in hospital hours after Sharon revealed his urgent medical needs. Kelly, 37, is currently pregnant With her first child and Slipknot’s musician boyfriend Sid Wilson.

“He’s been in pain,” the source pointed to Oz’s recent medical condition. The Dark Prince also reportedly required a “prolonged recovery” and was being cared for around the clock by a nurse. Family.

Ozzy’s back problems may have stemmed from an ATV crash in 2003, when he flipped his quad while riding around his London property.

At the time, he had to undergo emergency surgery for “a broken collarbone, eight broken ribs, crushed critical blood vessels and damage to the vertebrae in his neck”.

“I’m just waiting for more surgery on my neck,” he told classic rock May magazine. “I can’t walk normally these days. I have physical therapy every morning. I’m a little better, but nowhere near where I want to be back on the road.”

Asked if he had considered his own death, Oz said he was optimistic about his future when he looked back.

“At 73, I’m doing well,” he said. “I’m not going anywhere, But my time is almost up. “

He also touched on another challenging topic for families – sobriety. After decades of alcohol and drug problems, Oz confronted his substance abuse problems and opted for sobriety eight years ago.

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“I hope so,” he said when asked if he’s been sober for the rest of his life now. “I eat once a day. If I drink, I drink. But I don’t want to drink today. I don’t want to smoke today. I don’t want to do drugs today. So I think today will be fine. I don’t know what will happen tomorrow.”

Ozzy and Sharon’s son Jack Osbourne, 36, has been sober for 18 years, and while Kelly made a blunder last year, she will have her first child this year.

Ozzy and Sharon also have a 38-year-old daughter, Aimee, who recently survived a deadly fire at a Hollywood recording studio. Aimee and her producer escaped the building unharmed.

Osbournes became a household name in the early 2000s, when MTV shed light on their lives as children of famous stars and rock royalty with an unscripted show about the family. The series premiered in 2002 and ran for four seasons, culminating in 2005.

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne pictured here in 2017.

Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne pictured here in 2017.
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In 2019, the Osborn family and Robin Roberts agreed to “good morning americaNeck and back surgery was required in relation to the incident in which Ozzy fell in the shower and dislodged a metal screw in his spine from a quad crash in 2003.

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“When I fell, it was pitch black,” he recalls. “I went to the bathroom and I fell. I just fell to the floor and I remember lying there thinking, ‘Okay, you’ve done it now,’ it was really peaceful.salon [called] an ambulance. After that, everything went downhill. “

After surgery and a painful two-month recovery, he was forced to reschedule all of his 2019 live dates on “No More Tours 2 Tour.”

The family also revealed that Oz had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a neurodegenerative disorder that causes tremors and balance problems, as well as slowed movement. There is no known cure for the disease.

“This is PRKN 2,” Sharon told GMA. “There are so many different types of Parkinson’s; it’s not a death sentence by any means, but it does affect certain nerves in your body. And it’s — like you have a good day, a good day, and then really a bad day.”

Oz told the Los Angeles Times in 2020: “I’m not going to die from Parkinson’s. I’ve worked with it for most of my life. I’ve cheated death many times. If you read tomorrow, ‘Oz Z. Osborn never wakes up in the morning and goes, ‘You’re not going, ‘Oh my god!’ You’ll say, ‘Well, it finally caught up with him’.”

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