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Lena Dunham has opened up about her struggles with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, after she was photographed wearing a nightgown with a stick.
The star, 33, confessed she is “struggling” in the photos, in which she is seen with a long, blue nightgown, slippers and a gray cardigan.
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is an inherited disorder that affects the skin, joints, bones, and organs in the body.
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Dunham wrote on Instagram: “I could choose to be embarrassed by those paparazzi pics, I mean, that’s probably the point, going to publish it in the first place, but I’m really not.
“I could lie and say that it was an early Halloween look (don’t you get it? I’m going as a con-woman out of a Florida prison after he was found not guilty of the murder of her husband, and now she is trying to obtain disability license plates.)
“But the truth is, it is just like,” This is what life is, when I’m struggling the most with chronic illnesses.
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“An Ehler-Danlos syndrome in flare, it means that I stand in need of more than just my friends… so thank you so much dear riet!
“For years, I resisted anything to do that would be to my physical situation, it is easier to insist that a rod was to be ‘things are strange’.
“But it’s so much less weird to actually be in a position to take it than to stay in bed all day.
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“And yes, you better believe that I will be wearing my nightgown.
“I ran the four feet to the car to go to the doctor, and I wanted to be full of fun. I mean, that’s not Bieber, wearing the hotel’s slippers for up to five years from now?
“Yes, yes, I can wear my glamorous nighty for two hours. And then, an hour later, I’m sitting in a meeting, watching the approach of the job, which I love.
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“This is a two-fold life of a woman who has a chronic illness, we are still in the rock, dreams, and goals, and to share a passion (and fashion), and we have to live many lifetimes in a single day.
“Well, tell me about your day.”
This article was originally published in The Sun.