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Blood pressure, not Bieber baby, caused Selena Gomez hospitalization

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Selena Gomez update

Selena Gomez is out of the hospital after suffering from nausea and headaches -- which quickly got the gossipmongers wondering if a Bieber baby was the reason for her health issues.

Selena Gomez update

Selena Gomez was hospitalized Thursday for nausea and a severe headache, issues that are reportedly related to blood pressure -- not a Bieber baby.

Gomez, 18, and her boyfriend, Justin Bieber, got tongues wagging when they were spotted making out on the beaches of Hawaii. Soon after, Gomez cancelled her scheduled appearances for her upcoming movie, Monte Carlo, as she was admitted into the hospital. The picture, right, was taken on June 11th and shows Gomez looking pale and tired, with a hospital band still wrapped around her wrist.

TMZ is reporting that she has "undergone a number of tests for blood pressure issues, but so far doctors have not been able to determine what is causing the problem," however, they say sources are calling the pregnancy rumors "totally untrue."

Bieber took to his Twitter to support his girlfriend, using the hashtag: #getwellselena.

"Feeling much better, thank you all for being so understanding," Gomez tweeted today. "Can't wait to see you all today at Santa Monica Place for the Monte Carlo kick off."

She also made a statement on her Facebook page, saying: "I just wanted to say thank you so much for all of the get well wishes. I love you guys so much."

Get well, Selena!

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