Christina Applegate Has 30 Brain Lesions, Compares Them to 'Herpes Sores' Amid MS Battle

In a new interview, the 'Samantha Who?' actress has detailed her health struggles since she announced she was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disease in 2021.

AceShowbiz - Renowned actress Christina Applegate, 52, has bravely revealed her arduous battle with multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic autoimmune disease, since her diagnosis in 2021.

Determined to be honest about her health journey, Applegate has shared the debilitating symptoms she experiences, including: 30 brain lesions resembling herpes sores, particularly a large one behind her right eye and numbness and seizure-like feelings in her hands and brain.

Applegate's refusal to hide her struggles stems from her past experience with breast cancer in 2008. After initially concealing her true condition, she realized the importance of transparency. "I fell into the wall and sobbed because it was a lie," she said. "I wish that I had said that... I totally hate myself."

Despite her ongoing challenges, Applegate remains resolute in fighting MS and sharing her experience. She has lost weight and gained it back due to medication and stomach issues, highlighting the physical and emotional toll the condition takes.

Applegate's unwavering honesty about her battle with MS serves as a reminder of the importance of seeking support, accepting one's new reality, and advocating for self-care.

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