"They gave me the old electric shock treatment, to stop me [from] talking," Sharon Osbourne said of her "massive seizure" during her cancer battle

Staring in the face of death was a bittersweet experience for Sharon Osbourne, though she made sure to embrace the sweet when she had a chance.

Osbourne opens up about her scary battle with cancer on an upcoming episode of The Talk – and shares an unorthodox treat(ment) she requested from her doctor.

“I was going through chemo, and I’d had a massive seizure,” Osbourne begins, before noting that her “blood pressure had floored” and she was “going in and out of consciousness.”

She continues, “They gave me a blood transfusion, and that didn’t work and then they gave me the old electric shock treatment – to stop me [from] talking.”

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Osbourne, 63, said that when she regained consciousness, a young doctor asked her, “What can I get you to make you feel better, anything?”

“And I said ‘ice cream,’ ” reveals Osbourne – “like a big old kid!”

The co-host battled colorectal cancer in 2002 and had a double mastectomy in 2012 after discovering she was at risk of breast cancer.

The Talk airs weekdays on CBS (check local listings).