UPDATED: Gaga denies being dramatic, insists she’s is not ‘making this up’ …
(HEADLINEHEALTH.COM) Lady Gaga, who demonstrates a constant need to have cameras aimed at her, has posted one of the strangest ‘selfies’ ever.
The pop icon snapped a pic of her arm tatoos, left-handed gang sign, and intravenous needle inserted into her median cubital vein. Regardless of what she means to convey, we wish her a speedy recovery. (Coverage continues below picture.)
Monday, 9/18/17 …
(SKY NEWS) Lady Gaga has rescheduled the European leg of her world tour due to ongoing health complications.
It comes after the singer pulled out of a performance at Brazil’s Rock In Rio festival and a show in Montreal after revealing she suffers from fibromyalgia.
“Lady Gaga is suffering from severe physical pain that has impacted her ability to perform,” reads a statement from her label published on Monday. (Photo: MIXEvent, CC) READ FULL POST AT SKY NEWS.
Gaga Tweets from hospital, asks for prayers
(ASHLEY WELCH, CBS NEWS) Lady Gaga revealed this week thatin severe pain.”
, sparking curiosity about the chronic health condition, which is characterized by widespread pain and fatigue.
She shared details on Thursday.
“I was taken to the hospital,” she wrote, adding that it’s “not simply hip pain or wear & tear” from being on tour.
“I’m in severe pain. I’m in good hands w/ the very best doctors.”
She also released a statement saying she’s canceling a scheduled performance in Brazil because she’s “not well enough.”
Lady Gaga wrote: “I am praying that more and more people come forward and we can all share what helps/hurts so we can help each other.”
While anyone can be affected by fibromyalgia at any point in their lives, people are most often diagnosed during middle age and are more likely to have fibromyalgia as they get older.
Women are twice as likely to have the condition as men. People who have lupus or rheumatoid arthritis are also more likely to develop fibromyalgia. Symptoms can include:
- and stiffness all over the body.
- Fatigue and tiredness.
- Depression and .
- Sleep problems.
- Problems with thinking, memory, and concentration.
- Headaches, including .
- Tingling or numbness in hands and feet.
Currently, only three medications — duloxetine, milnacipran, and pregabalin — are approved by the FDA to treat fibromyalgia.
Complementary therapies, including massage, physical therapy, chiropractic treatments, and READ THE FULL STORY AT CBS NEWS.may benefit some patients.