Selena Gomez’s bipolar disorder medicine may prevent her from having children
Because of the bipolar disorder medication Selena Gomez takes, she likely won’t be able to have children of her own.
In April of 2020, Cyrus went on a live Instagram chat and stated that she had first learned she had a mental disorder during a stay at McLean Hospital. This clinic is among the best of its kind in the country.
Last week on her show, Kelly Clarkson spoke about a hospital in Massachusetts. Insight into Selena Gomez’s true diagnosis has facilitated a more unified recovery process. Surprisingly, her life has improved because to the psychiatrist she met there and has continued to employ all the techniques she learned there.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, she expressed a desire to start a family in the future, which has been a source of contention. She said that with the help of this clinic, she has been able to drastically reduce the number of medications she takes, but that there are still two that pose a significant health risk. Selena has said that she may not be able to conceive and give birth to children of her own. Pregnancy might exacerbate the symptoms of bipolar disorder in some women.
As for Gomez’s thoughts on the prospect of having kids, she had this to say: “That’s a very big, big, present thing in my life. However I’m meant to have them, I will. My psychiatrist really guided me. But I had to detox, essentially, from the medications I was on. I had to learn how to remember certain words. I would forget where I was when we were talking. It took a lot of hard work for me to (a) accept that I was bipolar, but (b) learn how to deal with it because it wasn’t going to go away.”
Selena Gomez can use a surrogate’s uterus to carry her children if she is unable to conceive naturally. More and more people are undergoing the operation, and it is especially popular among the A-list. If Gomez can’t conceive, she might still be able to give birth and care for her own children.