Amy Schumer announced that she had been diagnosed with Lyme disease.
The comedian, 39, updated fans about his health in a social media post.
“Anyone getting LYME this summer? I got it and I’m on doxycycline,” he wrote on Tuesday. “Maybe I have had it for many years. Any advice? Can you have a glass of wine or 2 here?”
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“I know I stay out of the sun. I also get these herbs from cape cod called lyme-2,” Schumer added. “I also want to say that I feel good and I’m excited to lose it.”;
Lyme disease is “caused by the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi and rarely, Borrelia mayonii. It is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks,” according to the CDC.
Common symptoms include fever, headache, fatigue and sometimes a characteristic “bull’s-eye” skin rash.
Other celebs, like Bella Hadid, have previously admitted to fighting the disease.
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The model said her symptoms include breathing difficulties, headaches, body temp changes, nausea, disordered eating, insomnia, joint pain, brain clouds, weight gain or reduction, lightness and sensitivity in sound, and so on.
“Every day I feel at least 10 of these qualities without fail … because I was probably 14, but more aggressive when I was 18,” Hadid revealed.
The model referred to Lyme as “invisible disease,” probably because it is not clearly visible when someone experiences those symptoms.
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Hadid’s younger brother, Anwar, and his mother, the former protagonist of “True Homes of Beverly Hills” Yolanda, also suffer from the disease.
Fox News’ Naledi Ushe contributed to this report.