Discovery+ shared a trailer on Thursday of

Introducing, Selma Blair

, a documentary in which Selma Blair shows how she lives with multiple sclerosis (MS), including undergoing a stem cell transplant.

"I was told to make plans to die," the 49-year-old actress said in the trailer.

MS is a disease of the central nervous system in which paralysis and paralysis occur.

Blair was diagnosed with the disease in August 2019.

Shortly after diagnosis, the disease worsened, forcing the American actress to have difficulty speaking and having to walk with a cane.

After her chemotherapy, she said she got "a second chance to live".

For Blair, her 10-year-old son Arthur is an inspiration to continue.

"This is it. The only life we ​​get. My illness is not a tragedy and I promised myself: you will live in a way that will be an example for yourself and your son."

Introducing, Selma Blair

can be seen on discovery+ and in theaters from October.


Watch the trailer of the documentary Introducing, Selma Blair