Tinsel Town’s favorite TV actress, Alyssa Milano is going very public with her enduring battle with COVID-19. Yes, the famous celeb says she’s suffering from the worst possible kind of hair loss imaginable.
Releasing a rather surprising Twitter post, Milano explained how she’s dealing with the worst hair loss imaginable. Moreover, that’s just months after she tested positive for the deadly COVID-19 infection.
Milano explains how her test results for the virus came positive with COVID-19 antibodies. And now, she’s dealing with some rather scary but real after-effects. The gruesome ordeal is taking over the starlet by storm. And here’s the latest update on her condition.
Actress battles with hair loss and symptoms for months
Alyssa Milano is rather fed up with her sickness. She explained how she was battling with an entire range of uneasy symptoms. Meanwhile, the actress says that it all started in March. And since then, she was flying under the weather.
It all started with a major headache. Soon, it was followed by a severe headache. And from there, it all simply kept getting worse for her.
On that note, she took to her social media account to also explain some of the more visible effects. And to top it all off, her hair loss was the center of attention.
It’s safe to say, her scary real-life ordeal with the virus took many people by storm.
‘This is what the virus can do to your hair,’ she exclaims
Alyssa makes sure her voice is heard loud and clear. And that’s exactly why the celeb posted rather unappealing pictures of what looks like hair fall.
‘I thought I’d show you what the virus can do to your hair,’ she explained. Milano put up the discerning post as a part of her Twitter accounting postings. Furthermore, she accompanied the famous Tweet with a video too. This comprised of the caption, ‘Please take this condition very seriously.’
Now that’s what we call a wonderful way to raise awareness for those who fail to realize the consequences.
The startling video showcases the ugly truth of hair loss and COVID-19
But what did the video actually contain? Why was there such a media frenzy surrounding the ordeal? Well, for starters, it was from one of the most talked-about celebs ever.
Secondly, it showed the most actual representation of what true hair fall looks like. Yes, in the video, Milano is detangling a brush. And that’s because it’s full of clumps of hair.
Soon, the actress brushes her own hair. Therefore, she shows lives how much more hair comes out from her head.
“I only wanted to showcase how much hair I’m losing. This is all coming out of my head. And it’s thanks to COVID-19, she explains.
Holding the giant clump of hair towards the camera’s front, she says:
“In just one brushing, that’s my hair loss. Now please, wear a d*** mask.”
Milano awaits doctor’s opinions after the enduring battle
Milano appeared on a live interview with CNN’s anchor and host, Chris Cuomo. Here, she explained how she’s currently waiting for the doctor’s opinions on her struggle.
She hopes for great advice on what measures and steps to take, during her recovery. Currently, she’s lost in terms of which direction to move towards. She also feels that everything is so new for her. Moreover, the actress still feels that she’s experiencing symptoms.
Despite the fact that it’s been so many months, she still suffers from several symptoms. While speaking, she posted pictures of herself in a breathing apparatus. “I’ve never been this type of sick in my whole life”, she explained.
“I felt like there was an elephant sitting over my chest.” Furthermore, Milano says that she had almost every single COVID-19 symptom. In the past, she even tested negative twice. And then suddenly, she comes out positive with antibodies. “Our testing system is flawed.”
With a real-life story as daunting as that, it’s clear that the virus is a scary ordeal. We wish the actress a speedy road to recovery.
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