Huntress Singer Battled Metal Health Issues On Top Of Cancer (Week In Review)
But she'll continue to face bouts of schizophrenia and dissociative identity disorder - which have left her in a suicidal state on a number of occasions over the years.
Janus tells Revolver: "During the process of writing and recording our third album Static, I began to feel like something bad was growing within me. When we were on tour with Amon Amarth, I started to bleed heavily between my periods. I had a procedure, and my doctor found early stages of cancer in my uterus."
But she says: "I know I'll survive - I've survived much worse." That includes schizoaffective disorder, diagnosed when she was 20, after she'd been showing symptoms for several years.
Janus is now cancer-free following a successful hysterectomy a few weeks ago. The singer is also opening up for the first time about her lifelong struggle with mental health issues "I was suicidal constantly," she recalls. "In my mid-20s it shifted to full-blown mania. I can't really remember much of my 20s. I lost my long-term memory and can't remember names, faces, or even places." Read more - here.
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