"On the day after Dr Ford's testimony I awoke with a start at 3am. It felt like every cell in my neck was singing. My ankles and wrists were weak and my fingers didn't do their assigned job. Yesterday I felt like I was suspended in gel, and when I meditated a line of pain zipped from my neck to my foot," she wrote.
"This is fibromyalgia. It's little understood and so even though I have a lot of knowledge and support it's hard to shake the feeling I am crazy. But I'm not (at least not this way!) and you're not.
"Your pain, whatever shape it takes, is yours and so it is real. I believe you when you say you hurt. I have learned time and time again how important it is to believe."
Last year, a Netflix documentary was released called "Gaga: Five Foot Two", which highlighted the singer's experiences with fibromyalgia.
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