Selena Gomez receiving Treatment after "Meltdown"

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Nearly exactly a year ago, Selena Gomez revealed she had undergone a kidney transplant due to lupus. Selena wasn't feeling well and went to the hospital, as she does whenever she feels off.

As for Gomez, she's getting the treatment she needs after several health setbacks. TMZ adds that there have been signals from her camp in the past few weeks. A little more than a year after her kidney transplant, Gomez has continued to drink and party, and her mom, Mandy Teefey, believes that is what led to her low white blood cell count and hospitalization.

After being released days later, Selena had to be re-admitted last week because her low blood cell count persisted, and it threw Selena into a complete meltdown.

Selena Gomez has reportedly checked into a mental health facility after suffering what is being described as an emotional breakdown. "It is consistent but she is committed to focusing on her mental and physical health".

"Mood lol (I was looking at myself in the mirror -like an idiot!) Update: taking a social media break". She recognized enough was enough and is seeking treatment once again. "Obvi", she wrote on September 23.

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Trouble for the former Disney Channel darling reportedly started during the last week of September. "I want to be proactive and focus on maintaining my health and happiness and have decided that the best way forward is to take some time off". This time, however, her reaction was much worse. She did this to ensure she continues on a good path.

"As many of you know, around a year ago I revealed that I have lupus".

The singer, 26, "voluntarily" entered treatment after her mother and other family members "urged" her to get help, a source told Radar.

In an interview past year with the New York Times, she admitted that she deletes the apps from her phone at least once a week. It's not even recovery, it's just a way of life. "It's interesting. Justin and Hailey typically do their own thing coming in and out of services, but last night he was surrounded by his church buddies". Every day she gets stronger, it's just important that she find a way to maintain it.

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