People with diseases that require ongoing care risk getting sicker because of worries about COVID-19 infections.
"Multiple sclerosis has taught me how to surrender to periods of chaos and, in turn, appreciate the wonderful stretches of calm."
The actress praised her doctor "who believes in healing as much as I do" but says her immune system will be compromised for three months.
The actress revealed in October that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
It's a progressive disease, which means that it gets worse over time.
Actor Selma Blair spoke out on ABC’s “Good Morning America” for the first time since she shared her multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
The actress also revealed she has "an aggressive MS."
"I sobbed. And I appreciated every single second," the actress said.
The actress first announced her multiple sclerosis diagnosis in October 2018.
The "Legally Blonde" and "Cruel Intentions" star shared her diagnosis on Instagram.