Demi Lovato is still at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles six days after a suspected overdose, a source that has confirmed Variety.
The "Tell Me You Love Me" singer has reportedly suffered from overdose complications, including extreme nausea and high fever, TMZ reports.
While doctors have not decided when Lovato can be released from the hospital, "she is being looked after by medical experts and is expected to fully recover," a source told TMZ.
Lovato was found unconscious last Tuesday after an overdose. She was reportedly being treated with Narcan – a drug that was supposed to reverse the opioid overdose – before she was taken to a local hospital.
"Demi is awake and with her family, who want to thank everyone for their love, prayers and support," Lovato's representative Variety said last week. "Some of the reported information is wrong and they respectfully ask for privacy rather than speculation as their health and recovery is the most important thing right now."
Lovato has been struggling with substance abuse for years. In June, she released in her single "Sober" – from her sixth album "Tell Me You Love Me" – that she had suffered a relapse a few months after celebrating six years of sobriety.