Selena was apparently at her home in Los Angeles in the last week of September when the first emergency happened and was driven to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by a family member. It is believed Gomez's condition was brought on by ongoing problems with her physical health.
While the 26-year-old was reportedly released a few days later, TMZ noted that she had to be readmitted sometime during the beginning of October due to her still-low white blood cell count.
Last week, Selena had to be re-admitted to the hospital after her low blood count persistent - throwing her into a more serious "emotional breakdown". The singer and actress revealed her lupus diagnosis in 2014 and underwent a kidney transplant last summer.
Insiders claim Gomez hopes that dialectical behavior therapy - which aims to identify and avoid patterns of negative thinking - will help her cope with the stress surrounding her health.
'As much as I am grateful for the voice that social media gives each of us, I am equally grateful to be able to step back and live my life present to the moment I have been given, ' she wrote. "She's doing better now and is seeking treatment on the East Coast".
The Heart Wants What It Wants hitmaker announced on September 24 that she was taking a break from social media.
Selena previously booked herself into a Tennessee facility in 2016 after she also suffered anxiety and depression during her Revival tour, Teen Vogue reports.
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