The couple, Jamie-Lynn Sigler Revealed that she is struggling with more than 15 years ago: ‘it’s Still Hard to take”

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Jamie-Lynn Sigler says she’s ready for life, its truth.

The actress who just broke up with his boyfriend of almost three years, Pro-baseball player cutter Dykstra, was diagnosed reveals himself to PEOPLE in the release this week of his fight with multiple sclerosis (ms) for 20 years.

“I wasn’t ready until now,” says Sigler openly their illness. “You’d think after all these years, someone can decide something like this, but it’s still hard to accept.”

Despite Sopranos alum, 34, initially was free of symptoms “for quite some time,” the disease damages the Central nervous system, “he raised his ugly head” in the last decade. “I can’t go on vacation without myself. I can’t perform. No super heroes role for me,” she says laughing. “Stairs? What can I do, but they are not the easiest. When I go a step I have in everything its annoying and frustrating.”

Jamie-Lynn Sigler, fiancee cutter Dykstra

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To work years after the sopranos ended, it meant that their disease. “Sometimes all I needed was to sit five or 10 minutes and charge, but don’t ask me, because I don’t want, I suspect that it is,” she says. While MS is not curable, Sigler has retained the “van” with MS drugs, including injections and infusions, Tecfidera and now take two pills on the day that your symptoms stable over last six years.
“Things now are manageable,” she adds. “He takes his position to fight to deal with all this. This disease is absolutely not in control of your life if you let it.”

Jamie-Lynn Sigler and cutter Dykstra

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Accreditation Dykstra, 26, and her 2-year-old son, a friend to his courage and support in their daily struggle, the singer says she is ready to live openly and honestly.

“I at one point in my life, with my son, with my new marriage a new “me”. I don’t want to keep it secret, where it feels like something that you are ashamed or have something to hide,” says PEOPLE. “It’s part of me but not who I am.”

The actress also felt that it was important, you say the truth about your son. “I wanted adds at that age where he felt like this mystery was saved for me.” “I wanted an example of strength and courage.”

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As his recent wedding, Sigler was to go to the altar, “to walk in the new life.”

“I don’t know what will come. But I’m glad for the first time in a long time,” she says. “I got my brain and my heart, and I’m preparing for what might happen. But I have an amazing man, the best son, and I hope that we can make more babies and keep just have fun. I’m the luckiest girl in the world”.