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Selma Blair has opened up about her health, revealing in social networks that she has multiple sclerosis.
The actress, 46, shared Saturday's news on Instagram, writing an emotional publication about her diagnosis. She wrote that she felt empowered to speak publicly after a suitable wardrobe for her next Netflix series, "Another Life."
"The brilliant #Allisaswanson client not only designs the pieces (my character, Harper Glass) will be in this new #Netflix show, but carefully tucks my legs in my pants, puts the top of my head, buttons me coats and offers him shoulder to stabilize me, "Blair wrote. "I have multiple sclerosis."
He continued to thank his close friends for their love and support, appointing the co-star of "Cruel Intentions" Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband Freddie Prinze Jr., as well as the producer Noreen Halpern.
He also wrote that, although his diagnosis came in August, "he probably had this incurable disease for at least 15 years." According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, more than 2.3 million people worldwide are affected by multiple sclerosis, a condition in which the body's immune system attacks the brain and spinal cord.
"I'm in the middle of everything, but I hope to give some hope to others, and even to myself," the actress added in her publication. "You can not get help unless you ask for it, it can be overwhelming at first, you want to sleep, you always want to sleep, so I have no answers, you see, I want to sleep, but I am a The next person and I want my life to be full of I want to play with my son again, I want to walk down the street and ride my horse, I have MS and I'm fine. "