Actress Selma Blair revealed that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in a sincere tribute to her client on the set of & # 39; Another Life & # 39; of Netflix.
Blair, 46, shared Saturday that he received the news in August, after finally seeing a doctor at the behest of his compatriot and friend Elizabeth Berkley (Lauren).
& # 39; I was in this clothes closet two days ago. And I am in the deepest gratitude. "So deep, it's, I've decided to share it," Blair wrote in an Instagram post.
& # 39; The brilliant #Alisaswanson customer not only designs the pieces that #harperglass will use in this new #Netflix show [Another Life]but she carefully puts my legs in my pants, pulls my blouses over my head, buttoning my coats and offering me her shoulder to stabilize me. I have #multiplesclerosis & # 39;
In the days leading up to the publication, he shared smaller pieces of the puzzle that made much more sense once his reality was revealed.
She said on Saturday that she had probably had MS for most of the past two decades.
Actress Selma Blair revealed on Saturday that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, in a heartfelt tribute to her client and the rest of the team on Netflix's "Another Life" set, along with a photo she took on Thursday.
"Since my diagnosis at 10:30 on the night of August 16, I have had love and support from my friends, especially @Jaime king @sarahmgellar @realfreddieprinze @ tarasubkoff @ noah.d.newman," Blair wrote on Saturday.
& # 39; And many thanks to @elizberkley who forced me to see his brother #drjasonberkley who gave me this diagnosis after finding lesions on that MRI.
"I've had symptoms for years, but they never took me seriously until I fell in front of him trying to solve what I thought was a pinched nerve."
MS is defined as "an unpredictable and often disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and the body," according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
On Thursday, Blair shared a non-MRI image, but an x-ray, with what is now clearly obvious as a foreshadowing for his announcement on Saturday.
He wrote with the image: & # 39; Backslide on Thursday in mid-August. My neck pain was so severe that I finally got an x-ray. Note that the neck straightened. We do not want that. #kyphosis #stenosis #degenerativediscdisease and this was just the beginning. By the way, are x-rays not fascinating? Does anyone have something to add? This is fun # c4 # c5 # c6 smushed #aging #equestran #whiplash It's also how you can eventually get that horrible hump you sometimes see [emoji with gritted teeth] with age. & # 39;
On Thursday, Blair shared an image of no MRI, but an x-ray, with what is now clearly obvious as a foreshadowing for his announcement on Saturday, which he published along with a photo he took on Thursday.
Two days later, the star of Cruel Intentions was very honest about the challenges she has been facing, without the public knowing it, while dealing with her EM.
& I am disabled. I fall sometimes I drop things. My memory is cloudy. And my left side is asking for directions from a broken GPS. But we're doing it, "he wrote.
"And I laugh and I do not know exactly what I will do precisely, but I will do the best I can."
On Friday, Blair shared a photo of his face in his hands, while he was still in bed, with his hair covering most of his eyes here.
Then he wrote: "When you get up and remember, you have excellent hair color and a manicure that makes you feel polished." It makes my scrambled brain feel much better.
On Friday, Blair shared a photo of his face in his hands, while he was still in bed, with his hair covering a large part of his eyes, writing. When you get up and remember, you have excellent hair color and a manicure that makes you feel polished. Makes my scrambled brain feel much better & # 39;
Blair shared Saturday that as her symptoms worsen, she remains grateful to the people on her team who supported her and allowed her to continue doing magic in Hollywood; Blair is shown here, attending the premiere of Netflix & # 39; Lost In Space & # 39; on April 9 in Los Angeles.
Blair shared Saturday that as her symptoms worsen, she continues to thank the people on her team who supported her and allowed her to continue doing magic in Hollywood.
I'm in an exacerbation. By the grace of the Lord, and the strength and understanding of the producers on Netflix, I have a job. "A wonderful job," he wrote.
She shared appreciation for virtually the entire team in the new Netflix production, Another Life, where Blair plays an influential 21st century person who uses all the tools at his disposal in his efforts to break one of the greatest stories ever. has been counted
& # 39; My producers #noreenhalpern assured me that everyone has something. #chrisregina #aaronmartin and each member of the crew … thank you. I am in the middle of all this, but I hope to give some hope to others. And even to myself, "he wrote.
In the harrowing message, Blair acknowledged that there are things she simply can not do alone at this time, and enduring exhaustion has been a particularly difficult challenge for her, like simply walking down the street, as shown here in Los Angeles. October 14th
In the heart-rending message, Blair acknowledged that there are things she simply can not do alone at this time, and lasting exhaustion has been a particularly difficult challenge for her.
& # 39; You can not get help unless you ask. It can be overwhelming at first. Do you want to sleep. You always want to sleep. So I have no answers, "he wrote.
You see, I want to sleep. But I am a close person and I want my life to be full in some way. 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.
"But if you see me, throwing trash all over the street, feel free to help me pick it up. It only takes a whole day. Thank you and let's all know good morning between the challenges & # 39;
He finished the post with the harsh conviction that he has been fighting against this disease without even knowing it for a long time, and now that he has the knowledge, he has also gained some relief.
"I've probably had this incurable disease for at least 15 years and I'm relieved to at least know and share," she wrote.
& # 39;[Black heart emoji] My instagram family … you know who you are.
He finished the post with the hard conviction that he has been fighting against this disease without even knowing it for a long time, and now that he has the knowledge, he has also gained a bit of relief and a show of love with a black heart. Emoji to his & # 39; instagram family & # 39;