Jessie James Decker is bringing fans along on her ongoing health journey.
The 33-year-old singer took to Instagram on Monday, April 26 to post a somber-looking selfie taken from bed. In the caption, the star explained that she recently sought medical treatment for "unbearable" back pain.
"Pinched a nerve in my back... it feels like my back and bones and muscles are all in a fight," Jessie wrote. "this time it is so unbearable I had to get a shot in my back from the Dr and was given meds. It is shooting pains up and down the left side of my back I cannot turn my head without wanting to cry. It's awful and it happens way too often. I get weekly therapy but I feel like I need to see a specialist."
The Eric & Jessie: Game On star, who shares three children with husband Eric Decker, went on to explain that she has also been suffering from migraines.
"I get migraines ALL the time which has to be all connected," she continued. "My mama has the same issues so it is hereditary. I'm hoping it gets better and I can find some sort of solution because when this happens... I'm just out and feel useless and helpless."
She concluded the post with, "Is there anyone that has the same issue? Please give me any sort of remedy you suggest I'm open to anything and everything."
Among those sending support and suggestions was Jamie Lynn Spears, who commented, "Yesss- try needling or acupuncture and getting hip adjustment."
Also helping to brainstorm was Lo Bosworth. "I wonder if there is something inflammatory in your diet that's always been there but you don't know what it is," the star of The Hills wrote.
Justin Theroux Reveals the "Sage" Advice Jason Bateman Gave Him Amid Jennifer Aniston Relationship
When Justin Theroux was dating his now ex Jennifer Aniston, he received some words of wisdom from Jason Bateman on how to deal with the media attention.
When Justin Theroux was dating Jennifer Aniston, their relationship frequently made headlines. And while dealing with the media frenzy, the actor received "one of the most sage pieces of advice ever" from Jason Bateman.
"He said, 'Look, in that side of the entertainment industry, a character is about to be born. And that character is you, but it's not you,'" Theroux recalled in a teaser for his upcoming Sunday Today With Willie Geist interview. "'That character is, you know, angry; that character has got a problem; that character is, you know, sweet. It's just this little soap opera that gets written in the margins. And he said, 'And so, my advice is don't follow that guy's storyline.'"
The Mosquito Coast star said he stuck to Bateman's words of wisdom. As he put it, "That's the only way you can keep sane in all that."
Aniston and Theroux started dating in 2011 and got engaged in 2012, tying the knot in 2015. But just a few years later, the two announced they'd broken up at the end of 2017, noting they were "two best friends" who'd "decided to part ways as a couple" and looked forward to continuing their "cherished friendship."
And they have. From celebrating holidays together to sending each other birthday wishes, the exes have remained on good terms. In fact, Theroux recently told Esquire he and the actress call, text and FaceTime now and then.
"Like it or not, we didn't have that dramatic split, and we love each other," he told the magazine. "I'm sincere when I say that I cherish our friendship. We can not be together and still bring each other joy and friendship. Also, she makes me laugh very, very hard. She's a hilarious person. It would be a loss if we weren't in contact, for me personally. And I'd like to think the same for her."
Aniston has also said she considers her marriages, which also include her five years of matrimony with Brad Pitt, to be "very successful."