Singer ‘lucky to be alive’ amid health battle

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Halsey remains strong despite her ongoing health battle.

On Instagram, the singer gave her fans an update on her health issues on Tuesday ahead of the release of her fifth studio album.

A heartbreaking song titled The enddescribes her struggle to find answers to her deteriorating condition.

“Long story short, I’m glad to be alive,” Halsey, who uses the pronouns “she” and “them,” captioned the post. “Long story short, I wrote an album.”

The 29-year-old also tagged the Lupus Research Alliance and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in her post. Closer The singer did not disclose whether she had been diagnosed with either disease.

Halsey started the carousel by sharing a video of herself making faces while rubbing her legs.

“I feel like an old woman,” they said. “I told myself I would be sick for another two years.”

Halsey said that she will experience a “rebirth” by the time she turns 30 and that she “will not be sick.”

“I’ll look super hot and have tons of energy and I’ll be able to repeat my twenties in my thirties,” they said.

On the next slide Without me The singer sat on a chair while hooked up to what looked like a transfusion machine.

“Today is the first day of treatment,” they said in the selfie-like video. In the clip, Halsey wore a surgical mask and covered her hair with a light brown bandana.

Halsey ended the post with a montage of clips showing her crying, holding vials of medication and hooked up to IVs.

During treatment, the mother of one apparently tried to turn to music and also shared some clips filmed in a recording studio.

Halsey has released her new single, The endon Tuesday, a song in which she paints a painful picture of her years-long struggle for her health.

“Every couple of years now a doctor says I’m sick / He pulls out a brand new bag of tricks / And then they put it on me / And first my brain ached, then a skeleton,” she sings in the acoustic ballad.

Halsey, who described herself as “damaged goods,” also sang about feeling like she was fighting a losing battle.

“When I met you, I said I’d never die / But the joke’s always on me ’cause I’m racing against time,” they sang.

“And I know it’s not the end of the world / But could you pick me up at 8? / ‘Cause my treatment starts today.”

Although Halsey did not reveal her exact diagnosis, she has been very open about her battle with endometriosis and other diseases in the past.

They first spoke about the chronic illness in 2021 – and revealed that the symptoms worsened after the birth of their son Ender in 2021.

“Of course, my health has changed a lot since my pregnancy and birth,” she said in 2022.

“I got really, really, really sick… I had to go to the hospital a couple of times for anaphylactic shock and had a few other problems.”

The He and I The singer last gave an update on her condition in March, announcing that she had undergone further surgery and was “back in diapers.”

“At least they have little bows,” she joked about the absorbent underwear pulled under several incisions covered with bandages.

According to the World Health Organization, endometriosis is a condition in which tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it – often causing severe pain.

This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission

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