Yolanda Foster Says Ongoing Battle with Lyme Disease Is a 'Nightmare'
By ETonline Staff
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Yolanda Foster continues to face a harsh reality as she
battles lyme disease.
The Real Housewives of
Beverly Hills star is still searching for a cure two years after being
diagnosed with the disease. “No matter how much it hurts, you have to keep
going,” she wrote in the caption on an Instagram pic showing her with an IV in
On social media, Foster remains resilient despite fighting this
two-year, nine-month “nightmare.” “We must find a cure,” she noted.
This past January, Foster revealed that the she was unable
to read or write due to complications with the disease. “I unfortunately have
lost the ability to do [write] in an intelligent matter at this time," she posted in a message to Bravotv.com.
"It feels like someone came in and confiscated my brain
and tied my hands behind my back to just watch and see life go by without me
participating in it," she added.
Foster’s search for a cure has taken her all around the
world, including Singapore and Mexico. You can watch her talk more about the
illness in the video below: