Justin Bieber diagnosed with Lyme disease — FANS ARE DEVASTED

Justin Bieber diagnosed with Lyme disease — FANS ARE DEVASTED

After a "rough couple years", Justin revealed that he's now "getting the right treatment" to "help treat this so far incurable disease".

Check out his post in full below. There are too many people that have this debilitating disease! "You can learn everything I've struggled and OVERCOME!" And he also promised fans that soon he will be "back and better than ever". At the time, putting together my album saved my life.

"Watching my fearless babies suffer in silence in order to support me in my journey has struck the deepest core of hopelessness inside of me, it is because of them that I continue to fight relentlessly", Yolanda wrote on Instagram in 2016. Citing the two diseases as the reason for his continued break from music, low energy levels, and skin issues, he revealed that he is on the road to recovery. It is a global pandemic but NOT a global priority. The third case was of a 17-year-old boy who had a history of tick bite while the fourth was that of a seven-year-old boy. I will continue to fight and to support!

Yahoo Entertainment spoke with RN and Functional Nutrition Coach, Christina Tidwell, about the relatively unknown disease. Well I hope you all win. "Sending so much love to @AvrilLavigne thank you for all you do to educate people about Lyme". TOGETHER we can do this.

TMZ reported that Bieber addresses his Lyme journey in his upcoming documentary, including the "scary symptoms he endured in 2019".

Justin Bieber will drop his highly anticipated Youtube documentary on January 27th, titled "Justin Bieber: Seasons".

The most common symptoms of Lyme disease are fever, headache, fatigue and a skin rash called erythema migrans, and can be treated over several weeks with antibiotics.

If those initial symptoms aren't caught early enough, Lyme can spread throughout the body, to places like the joints, heart, and nervous system, resulting in more serious symptoms such as facial paralysis and arthritis, per the CDC.

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