Catelynn Baltierra and Tyler Baltierra are finally opening up on the tragic miscarriage they suffered last year, leading Catelynn to enter into rehab.
Catelynn was reunited with Tyler and their daughter, Nova, on Monday's episode of Teen Mom OG. Tyler visited Catelynn while she was in a mental rehabilitation center for depression and suicidal thoughts.
During the show, Tyler opened up to Catelynn's parents, April and David, about his feeling toward the unfortunate miscarriage that transpired last year and how happy he is now that Catelynn is doing better.
"I've never seen someone that scared in my life. This was happening at the same time I was going through all my mental s-. I was riddled with sadness, we both were, you know? But, unfortunately for Cate, every single pregnancy she's had has had some form of trauma with it," Tyler stated.
Tyler continued that Catelynn's breakdown also stemmed from having to put her 8-year-old daughter, Carly, up for adoption and also dealing with post-partum depression while breastfeeding Nova.
Her parents agreed with Tyler's statement but her father further elaborated on the situation by saying that Catelynn waited too long to seek help. He added stating that the miscarriage was one of the most traumatic experiences Catelynn had to endure.
Catelynn opened up about her diagnosis on the show, which, as stated by previous reports, also came from childhood trauma that wasn't addressed accordingly.
"It surprised me to know that I was diagnosed with PTSD. I was really shocked by it. but it makes a lot of sense too. That's my newest diagnosis," Catelynn said.
Catelynn entered rehab in November 2017 after announcing her decision on her social media account. The reality star entered rehab again for a third time in January 2018.
Catelynn and Tyler got married on Aug. 15, 2017. Teen Mom co-stars, Maci McKinney and Kailyn Lowry, were in attendance. The couple had been together since 2009. Their first daughter, Carly, was born in May 2009 and their second daughter, Nova, was born in January 2015.