Ailing Selma Blair Clutches Cane Amid MS Nightmare
Concerns are growing for actress Selma Blair, who was spotted in Studio City, Calif. needing a cane to help her stand and walk, and RadarOnline.com has all the sad photos.
Readers know, Blair, 46, suffers from multiple sclerosis, an incurable nerve disease that will eventually force her into a wheelchair before taking her life.
But the brave Cruel Intentions star isn't letting the death sentence keep her down. Blair smiled, and looked stylish as she exited a classy Hollywood café on February 5.
In a revealing social media post, Blair admitted the struggle isn't easy.
"Going out, being sociable holds a heavy price," she wrote on Instagram. "It is uncomfortable. It is a stadium of uncontrollable anxiety at times."
See the devastating photos as Blair battles with the crippling disease in this RadarOnline.com gallery.
Blair was diagnosed with MS in August 2018. The disease causes the immune system to eat away at a victim's nerves.
"I am disabled," the actress admitted. "I fall sometimes. I drop things. My memory is foggy.""People write me asking how I do it. I do my best," she shared online.
"People write me asking how I do it. I do my best," she shared online.
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"But I choke with the pain of what I have lost (riding) and what I dare hope for and how challenging it is to walk around ."
Blair admits she has trouble sleeping at night, and conversely, can't stay awake during the day.
Source previously told RadarOnline.com exclusively what really scares her is the bitter reality she may never walk down the aisle with her fiancé, David Price.
As she deals with a new normal in her life, Blair says her smiles are genuine.
"This is ok. Life is an adventure with many shards of awakening," she wrote online. "I am succeeding and love my life."
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