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'Life Felt Like Hell Everyday' - Martine McCutcheon On Her Battle With Lyme Disease

Tuesday 4 July 2017


From Irish news outlet


Martine McCutcheon
Martine McCutcheon was diagnosed with Lyme disease.
(Photo: Instagram)

'Life felt like hell everyday' - Martine McCutcheon on her battle with Lyme Disease Newsdesk
June 29, 2017

Actress Martine McCutcheon has said Lyme Disease and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME) made every day "a living hell" for seven years.

The Love Actually star (41) was first diagnosed with ME (Myalgic Encephalomy-Elitis) also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 2011 after years of struggling with symptoms.

The neurological condition causes symptoms that affect the body's systems, particularly the nervous and immune systems and sufferers experience severe persistent fatigue.

The actress was later diagnosed with Lyme Disease, a serious infection which is passed to humans through a tick bite.


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