Abby Lee Miller, 51, smiles even though she is losing her hair due to chemo as continues to fight Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma

She was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma back in April. 

And now Abby Lee Miller - who continues to share her cancer battle on social media - has revealed she is losing her hair due to chemotherapy.  'Hair today. Gone tomorrow,' the 51-year-old TV star said on Instagram as she underwent yet another round of treatment on Sunday.

Miller had a shocked look on her face as if she were trying to make light of the terrible situation. She also wore big earrings and a large right with her makeup applied beautifully.

Abby Lee Miller, who continues to share her cancer battle on social media, is currently losing her hair due to chemotherapy. 'Hair today. Gone tomorrow,' she said on Instagram as she underwent yet another round of treatment on Sunday 

Abby Lee Miller, who continues to share her cancer battle on social media, is currently losing her hair due to chemotherapy. 'Hair today. Gone tomorrow,' she said on Instagram as she underwent yet another round of treatment on Sunday 

The Dance Moms star shared a selfie on Monday following the weekend chemo session. Her normally full head of hair was replaced by a knit cap. 

But despite her positive and smiley Instagram posts, Miller has undoubtedly struggled with her cancer diagnosis.

'She's in a really bad place—mentally and emotionally,' a source told People. 'She's really losing it.'

Tough times: Abby was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma¿cancer of the lymph nodes¿back in April. The Dance Moms star shared a selfie on Monday following the weekend chemo session. Her normally full head of hair was replaced by a knit cap

Tough times: Abby was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma—cancer of the lymph nodes—back in April. The Dance Moms star shared a selfie on Monday following the weekend chemo session. Her normally full head of hair was replaced by a knit cap

 Patient problems: Abby shared her frustrations on Monday as she waited around for her doctor. 'It's already 10 a.m. and chemo has yet to be started? Why did I come back here!' she said on Instagram. 'Grrr' 

 Patient problems: Abby shared her frustrations on Monday as she waited around for her doctor. 'It's already 10 a.m. and chemo has yet to be started? Why did I come back here!' she said on Instagram. 'Grrr' 

 Bottoms up: The Pittsburgh native revealed that she's on a strict medicine regimen of '20 pills every morning' 

 Bottoms up: The Pittsburgh native revealed that she's on a strict medicine regimen of '20 pills every morning' 

WHAT IS NON-HODGKIN LYMPHOMA? 

According to cancer.com, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes, which are part of the body’s immune system. 

Non-Hodgkin lymphoma can develop from either type of lymphocyte, but B-cell lymphomas are much more common in the United States than T-cell lymphomas. 

Different types of lymphoma can develop from each type of lymphocyte, based on how mature the cells are when they become cancerous and other factors. 

 

She shared her patient frustrations on Monday with a snap from her hospital bed. 

'It's already 10 a.m. and chemo has yet to be started? Why did I come back here!' she said. 'Grrr!'  

The Pittsburgh native also revealed that she is on a strict medicine regimen of '20 pills every morning.' 

It was just weeks ago that the Dance Moms star underwent yet another emergency surgery. 

'After another two hour MRI this morning, the pros thought I needed one more quick little emergency surgery!' she wrote.

She shared an image of her arm rigged with an intravenous line. Miller has three wrist bands on.

The ex-convict's health woes surfaced soon after her release from Victorville Women's Federal Prison Camp where she served a 366-day sentence for bankruptcy fraud.

On April 17, Abby was rushed to the hospital when left paralyzed from the neck down. 

 It was just weeks ago that the Dance Moms star underwent yet another emergency surgery. 'After another two hour MRI this morning, the pros thought I needed one more quick little emergency surgery!' she wrote alongside a shot of her arm rigged with an intravenous line (Photo taken June 5)

 It was just weeks ago that the Dance Moms star underwent yet another emergency surgery. 'After another two hour MRI this morning, the pros thought I needed one more quick little emergency surgery!' she wrote alongside a shot of her arm rigged with an intravenous line (Photo taken June 5)

The nearly five-hour emergency surgery required Miller's doctor to make an 18-inch incision so that he could relieve the pressure on her spinal cord. 

According to cancer.com, Non-Hodgkin lymphoma is a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes, which are part of the body’s immune system. 

Non-Hodgkin lymphoma can develop from either type of lymphocyte, but B-cell lymphomas are much more common in the United States than T-cell lymphomas. 

Different types of lymphoma can develop from each type of lymphocyte, based on how mature the cells are when they become cancerous and other factors. 

Bath time: Following surgery, Miller gave followers a look at what sponge baths look like at the hospital (Photo taken June 19) 

Bath time: Following surgery, Miller gave followers a look at what sponge baths look like at the hospital (Photo taken June 19) 

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