#Catelynn Lowell, a “#Teen Mom 2” cast member, assured that she is feeling much better after going to rehab for trauma, including a miscarriage in January. The reality star returned home [VIDEO] in late February, Reality TV World wrote.

Catelynn was a guest on the “Coffee Convos” podcast hosted by Kailyn Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley (formerly of “Chrisley Knows Best”). She opened up to Kailyn, a “Teen Mom 2” cast member.

In sharing an update with the hosts, Catelynn said that she is “doing really good.” She has been busy getting back into the momentum [VIDEO] of her life as a mom, a wife, and a reality star.

While staying at the rehab facility, Catelynn also underwent genetic testing, UPI reported.

She discovered that the medication she had been taking for five years was not the right medication for her. It just wasn’t working. After receiving different medication, the star stated that the new medication is working “really well.”

MTV star relayed rehab stay was related to miscarriage

Catelynn’s most recent stay in rehab was also her third. She made the responsible and best choice by seeking help to cope with suicidal thoughts that she had in January after having miscarried. In her assessment, she said, “it just wasn’t the right time” for her to carry another child.

She further elaborated while lovingly speaking of her husband, Tyler Baltierra and toddler daughter Novalee. If not for both of her family members, Catelynn relayed that she “probably” would have ended her own life, UPI reported.

She insisted that she was speaking “seriously,” and not speaking in hyperbole.

The “Teen Mom 2” couple thinks it is essential to raise awareness regarding #Mental illness. They have not held back in doing as they believe. Catelynn stated what many do know but do not discuss: Mental illness affects people from all walks of life and various backgrounds. She pointed out that mental illness can affect “people on reality TV, moms, etc.,” E! Online reported.

Trash talking about mental illness stems from ‘ignorance’ Tyler says

Tyler also offered an astute observation, stating that mean and snarky comments about mental illness online are frequently borne from "ignorance." Additionally, he explained, “they don't really understand the disease or understand the illness.”

Fans believe that Catelynn, Tyler, and the hosts of “Coffee Convos” exemplified one a most useful way that media can carry information and help to an audience.

Who knows? The podcast and guests might have touched someone deeply or someone who needed to hear that it is okay to tell someone when pain is felt and when help is needed.

Talking openly, and honestly as well, about mental illness, also helps lift the stigma on a topic that should have no shame or use for tossing around like a tool in an attempt to humiliate someone who does have a mental illness.

One day, both Catelynn and Tyler hope to expand their family and present Novalee with siblings. For now, though, the couple is dedicated to reaching health and happiness. Catelynn said that she continues to “work on” herself right now. When she and Tyler are expecting their next baby she said it will be “awesome.”

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