Demi Lovato Still Hospitalized with 'Complications' 6 Days After Overdose

Demi Lovato 'getting better' after reported overdose

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Keith Urban has offered Demi Lovato some advice after she was rushed to hospital following a suspected drug overdose Tuesday morning. While it would have been great if Demi could have gone home by now, sources say she's still "very, very sick", as she's reportedly suffering extreme nausea, high fever, and other things. "Demi doesn't want to die and she's very grateful to be alive", a source said.

We're told these are among the "complications" related to the overdose.

Insiders also expressed concern that the friends Lovato hung out with leading up to her overdose didn't have her best interests at heart and enabled her substance abuse, according to People. Lovato and those who were at the house refused to disclose the drug or drugs that caused her to overdose. In fact, she recently released a song about her relapse leading fans to become anxious about her well being. "He's the love of her life and vice versa". Representatives for the singer have disputed earlier reports that she overdosed on heroine. The star is getting some much-needed rest as she remains in the hospital 6 days after her initial hospitalization.

In a statement last week, family members said Lovato will get plenty of support, and rehab once she's back on her feet.

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Prior to Lovato's most recent medical emergency, it had been claimed the singer had been on "a bad path" for months, one source told Yahoo.

Still, her situation was severe when she was first admitted to the hospital.

If you or anyone you know needs help or information regarding mental health, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636. Her extended stay is being attributed to "complications" during her treatment.

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