Selma Blair, well known as Liz Sherman of the big-budget fantasy series Hellboy is celebrating the end of her dreadful multiple sclerosis’ treatments. She shared the good news with her new look in the shaved head. On her Instagram story, she brought the number of emotions together that overwhelmed many.
New Look WIth A Heartful Message
The 47-year-old actress can be seen in a shaved head standing with her Alinker bike (a walk-assist bike). While notifying that she is finally getting away from the intense treatment for her disease, she also acknowledged the effort of her medical team. “Today is a banner day. I am being discharged from the care of an incredible team of nurses and techs and a visionary Dr. who believes in my healing as much as I do,” she stated. The Instagram post went ahead with “This has been a process. And will continue to be one.”
After the treatment, Selma’s immune system will remain weakened for the next three months. While informing the same, she jokingly said: “no kisses please.” Notably, her treatment was quite private, and she also insisted this in her heartened message. “I wanted to make sure any complications that might arise here were my private space. And we got through brilliantly,” she wrote.
With all these, she didn’t forget to thank her fans, who supported her throughout the shattered journey. Her note said, “I thank you all for your love and support.” Later she explained, “I see things so much more clearly now. And I am excited to share this journey when I am ready. For now, I have recovery.”
Her Journey Through The Dreadful Disease
Notably, since last August, when the actress found herself diagnosed with MS, she has gone through a variety of treatments. In an interview with ‘People’ for its weekly cover story, she explained the pain she faced because of the disease. “It’s constant weakness and fatigue,” she tells People about her ever-present symptoms. The gut-wrenching symptoms also include spasmodic dysphonia. It caused the weakening of vocal cords, and to her, it brought waver and tremble to her voice. Selma’s appetite and diaphragm reflexes also get affected due to MS, and eventually, it led to making her feel nauseated more often.