Big Brother star Chanelle Hayes is suffering with 'horrific' pain all over body after recently losing 9.5 stone.
The reality star took to social media to beg fans to help her diagnose the problem.
The 33-year-old looked extremely fed up in the snap as she wrote over the picture with an arrow pointing at her head.
Chanelle penned: "So lately I've been undergoing lots of medical stuff, ruling out certain conditions etc.
"At the minute, what I'm presenting to docs (after ruling out all other things via bloods, scans etc) is pointing towards fibromyalgia.
"Symptoms I'm having are: Total exhaustion, horrific pain all over, bone aches, muscle aches, headaches."
The star explained to fans how she was struggling, she added how she is: "Feeling 'out of it' and unable to properly process information."
The star pleaded to fans: "Does anybody suffer from this and have any tips on how to manage it?
"Any tips would be greatly appreciated…"
Chanelle has recently lost a huge amount of weight after creeping up to 17 stone.
The former Big Brother star underwent gastric sleeve surgery operation in August 2020.
However, she denies that her weight loss was all down to just the surgery.
Chanelle believes her lifestyle change is what helped her lose so much.
She wrote on social media: "One of the best things since my #gastricsleeve is being able to move more and spend more quality time with my boys.
"I took the kids trampolining, next week we are going swimming. None of these activities was something I could have done before.
"Partly, because I felt so much shame I didn’t want to embarrass them but partly because I knew I would be in agony for days afterwards."
The star revealed in a live Q & A that she is hoping to get married to her beau.
A fan asked: "Do you think you will get married?"
Sharing a rare photo of her boyfriend, Chanelle replied with a "Yes" and added a love heart emoji.
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