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Jenelle Evans' Mystery Illness Has Been Diagnosed! Find Out Why Marijuana Withdrawals Are To Blame!

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Jenelle Evans has FINALLY learned what's wrong!

On Friday's episode of The Doctors, the Teen Mom 2 star stopped by the studio to get her diagnosis for all those mystery symptoms she's been having.

Well, the talk show's host Travis Stork called in two LA professionals to see if they could shine a light on the scary situation.

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After endocrinologist Dr. Joseph Pinzone and gynecologist Dr. Peter Weiss examined the reality star, they finally figured out what's wrong!

Apparently the celeb is reacting to two different external substances. Dr. Joseph clarified:

"One that's been added, another one that has been taken away."

It turns out that the momma-of-two has been having a bad reaction after switching her birth control pill. But, that wasn't the only thing messing with her system.

The docs also concluded that the MTV personality was suffering from marijuana withdrawals! It was the combination of ditching the drug and changing her contraception that brought on the medical mystery.

Watch as the pros explain the diagnosis in this clip from the show (below):

The popular program also took us inside the gorgeous gal's doctor visits. Take a look as the medical experts run their tests and Jenelle opens up about her drug use in the vid (below)!

We're just glad she finally knows what's wrong, and hopefully now she'll start feeling better!

[Image via The Doctors/Instagram.]

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