I want to say,
Your situation is, without exaggerating, more severe than mine.
However, I want to replace "without exaggerating" with an adverb. Something like "undoubtedly".
Now I know the word "unexaggeratedly" has not been born yet, and that I can always use the same sentence I mentioned above, but I love using adverbs in this fashion. I'm curious to know if there's an antonym for the word "exaggeratedly".
I absolutely appreciate anyone taking time to answer and comment. I read the answers, and I accepted @Boneist's answer. But then I thought, that actually doesn't answer my question. I needed a single word (an adverb in this case) to state and refute the idea of exaggeration.
Both of these do not refute exaggeration.
Same goes for other answers as well, namely, the most up-voted answer so far by @Ubi hatt:
As the truth or facts of a situation; really.
It has nothing to do with exaggeration!
Now, I don't want to invent words (i.e. unexaggeratedly, as suggested by @Toothrot). But maybe that's the only option?