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Christina Applegate recalls brain lesions during a battle with MS – Monomaxos

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Christina Applegate recalls brain lesions during a battle with MS

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Christina Applegate recently spoke about the symptoms she experienced during her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS) in a podcast interview on Monday, March 25. The 52-year-old sitcom star has been very open about the pain she feels during her battle with multiple sclerosis (MS) and first went public with the diagnosis in 2021.

The Moderator The actress spoke about the disease and its symptoms in a detailed interview Dax Shepard Armchair expert Podcast. Most importantly, she revealed that she has many lesions in her brain that result in pain. “I have 30 lesions in my brain,” she said. “My biggest pain is behind my right eye, so my right eye hurts a lot.”

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While the eye pain didn't affect her vision, Christina explained some of the other symptoms that were affecting her health. “My hand starts acting weird and then sometimes I get a cramping feeling in my brain,” she said. She continued, saying later in the interview how much it sucks battling MS. “I hate it so much. I'm so angry about this. You can’t overcome it,” she said.

Christina first announced that she had been diagnosed with MS in a tweet in April 2021. “I was diagnosed with MS a few months ago. It’s been a strange journey,” she said. “I've had so much support from people who I know also suffer from this disease.” It's been a hard journey. But as we all know, the path continues. Unless some asshole blocks it. As one of my friends with MS said, “We wake up and take the actions indicated.” And that’s what I do. That's why I'm asking for privacy now. While I'm going through this thing. Thank you very much.”

The actress now walks with the help of a cane. She received a standing ovation when she appeared at the 2023 Primetime Emmy Awards and presented them in January 2024. It was the second time she appeared at an awards show since the diagnosis, the first being at the SAG Awards in February 2023.

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