Selena Gomez may not be able to have children in the future due to her bipolar disorder medications.
“That’s a very, very big gift in my life,” the actress, 30, told Rolling Stone for its December 2022 cover story, published Thursday.
“However I am destined to have them, I will.”
Gomez was prescribed many medications after a 2018 episode of psychosis and a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, but her psychiatrist took all but two of them off.
“I had to detox, essentially, from the medications I was taking,” the “Same Old Love” singer recalled to the magazine. “I had to learn to remember certain words. I would forget where she was when we were talking.”
Gomez, who has been open about her mental health ahead of the release of the documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me” on Friday, also reflected on feeling “missing” before detox.
“There wasn’t a part of me that was there anymore,” she said.
The former Disney Channel star said she “will have” children, “yet” she is “meant to.”
The “Wizards of Waverly Place” alumna’s reveal comes two months after she shared her family plans on an episode of “Giving Back Generation.”
“I hope to be married and be a mom,” she said in August.
While celebrating her birthday over the summer, Gomez had a wedding-themed party because she “thought” she would have gotten married by now.
“I grew up thinking I’d get married at 25,” the “Only Murders in the Building” star told Rolling Stone.
“It tore me apart that I wasn’t anywhere near that, I couldn’t be further from that,” he continued. “It was so stupid, but I really thought my world had ended.”
Gomez opens up about her mental health in her documentary “My Mind & Me.”
She called the party “a mixture of sophistication and hysteria”, explaining: “We had delicious drinks and it was beautiful, and then my friend Cara [Delevingne] come in and get strippers.”
Miley Cyrus, Olivia Rodrigo, Francia Raisa, Camila Cabello and Billie Eilish also attended the star-studded event.
Gomez told the outlet that she plans to “disappear” after “My Mind & Me” comes out.
“This is probably the most you’re going to hear from me for a while,” he said. “I want this to come out, but I also want this to be behind me.”