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'Teen Mom OG' Star Amber Portwood Re-Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder; Portwood And Baier Plan Wedding [VIDEO]

Update Date: May 04, 2017 04:39 AM EDT

"Teen Mom OG" star, Amber Portwood has been re-diagnosed with Borderline Personality and Bipolar Disorder. She does not plan to have more children right after this re-diagnosis.

Portwood To Take Meds Again For Condition

Portwood revealed on the show that she will not get pregnant yet. The reason is because she will take medications for her Bipolar Disorder. The "Teen Mom OG" star has recently been re-diagnosed with the said disorder.

She mentioned on the show that she cannot get pregnant while taking the medications. If she will not take the medications, her life will be filled with mood swings. Portwood has revealed all these to her fiancé, Matt Baier, as reported by People.

If Portwood gets pregnant in the near future, the medications she's taking may destroy the fetus. She has to take care of herself first before she gets into something. She is currently re-diagnosed with Bipolar disorder and the best thing that she needs to do is take the medications and get well.

Portwood And Baier Wedding Plans

It can be recalled that Portwood and Baier placed their wedding plans on hold last Aug. This had been because of Baier's past mistakes.

However, the couple is currently doing well together. The re-diagnosis is the only factor that they may be challenged with at this time.

Meanwhile, Portwood and Baier are both set to push through with their wedding plans. Portwood admitted that Baier is completely into the plans.

In fact, they already have a list of guests. It is indicated that there would be 200 guests who will be included in the wedding, according to CB Pop Culture.

Portwood also noted that all the "Teen Mom OG" cast are invited to the wedding. This has been right after she clashed with most of them before.

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