Lady Gaga has opened up about her Chronic Pain condition over the past few weeks. The singer released a documentary, which followed her live for eight months. The documentary offered fans a never before seen the view into the singer's life.

The star has shared her concerns

According to the Daily Mail, Lady Gaga has shared her concerns over having children in her new Netflix documentary titled "Five Foot Two." The singer has opened up about her chronic pain disorder fibromyalgia, which she fears will have an impact on her ability to have children in the future.

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In a report by the Sun, Lady Gaga is seen sobbing as she discusses her future and how much she wants to have children. The singer desperately wants to be a mother, but she does not know if she will be able to because of her fibromyalgia and a hip surgery she had back in 2013.

The singer stated that she thinks that she can get pregnant but that she does not know what would happen to her body. She already struggles intensely with her chronic pain disorder and expressed her fears of what labor would be like.

The singer also stated that she does not know what would happen with her hips during pregnancy.

In a report by the Mirror, Gaga was left devastated by the breakdown of her relationship with actor Taylor Kinney. She stated that all she wanted was to go on tour and have a family. The singer expressed her devastation that she could not achieve her goals because of her illness and stated that her love life had exploded.

The pain affects the singer every day

According to the Sun, Lady Gaga has admitted that the pain her fibromyalgia causes continues to affect her life every single day.

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The singer recently had to cancel her tour dates in 2017 because of her chronic pain and the tour dates have been provisionally moved into 2018. The star has expressed her sincere apologies to her fans and has stated that she would do anything to perform for them.

In a report by the Daily Mail, Lady Gaga also discusses her love life in the documentary "Five Foot Two." Lady Gaga talked about the ups and downs of her life and career and how they coincide with one another. The singer recalled how she reached 10 million records and broke up with her boyfriend.

She stated that this pattern continues throughout her life.

Fans have expressed their love and support for Lady Gaga, and are extremely understanding of the singer needing to take time off for her health. The singer has stated that the support of her fans keeps her strong and is incredibly grateful for their ongoing kind words.