Justin Bieber Reveals He Has Lyme Disease

Justin Bieber Reveals He Has Lyme Disease

Justin Bieber Reveals He Has Lyme Disease

Hailey Bieber has come to her husband Justin Bieber's defence after some have "belittled" his Lyme disease diagnosis.

The news of Justin suffering from Lyme disease, an infectious disease spread by ticks, was recently reported by TMZ.

The 25-year-old singer says he'll offer more details in a docu-series he plans to launch on YouTube on January 27.

It is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected blacklegged ticks.

The symptoms of Lyme disease include rash in a bull's eye pattern, or redness on the skin known as erythema migrans which is typically neither itchy nor painful, flu, joint pain and weakness in the limbs. In a series of Tweets, she called out the trolls' ignorance and told them to educate themselves on the severity and seriousness of Lyme disease.

Taking Instagram, Justin cleared all speculation by explaining that he has been fighting some very serious health problems, especially Lyme disease. "You can learn everything I've struggled and OVERCOME!"

Bieber promised his fans that more information on his condition will be revealed in his upcoming YouTube docuseries, "Justin Bieber: Seasons".

Lyme disease is caused by the Borrelia bacterium.

According to TMZ, Bieber is unsure where and exactly when he contracted the disease.

Baldwin, the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin and granddaughter of CNY's Carol M. Baldwin, also thanked fellow celebrities who have battled Lyme disease including Yolanda Hadid and Avril Lavigne.

But even though it's an incurable disease at this point in time, Justin ended his message on a positive note, adding that 'I will be back and better than ever NO CAP'.

You may remember that Justin kept saying he was going to release a new song and that it continued to be delayed. "Although most cases of Lyme disease can be cured with a two- to four-week course of oral antibiotics, patients can sometimes have symptoms of pain, fatigue, or difficulty thinking that lasts for more than six months after they finish treatment".

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