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By Michelle Lanz

Life & Style reports that Tori Spelling is in the hospital with abdominal pain and is undergoing tests to pinpoint the problem.

The actress's rep confirmed that she went to the hospital Monday night complaining of serious pain, but was later released. She returned Tuesday morning.

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"They released her last night," her rep said in a statement. "She wasn't feeling better today so she returned to the hospital for more tests."

While it is unclear how serious her conditions is, her rep did tell "Access Hollywood" that Tori had to cancel her hosting appearance at Lambda Legal's West Coast Liberty Awards on Tuesday night in Hollywood.

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Her husband and avid Twitter user Dean McDermott tweeted about Tori's visit Monday night: "Just out of the hospital. After a battery of tests, no conclusive answers. She still feels terrible. Hope it passes soon. She's in a lot of pain."

But Tori's not the only one in the "Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood" family to feel under the weather lately.

Even Dean came down with something on Emmy night (Sept. 20) and had to make his own trip to the hospital. Tori tweeted about the results of his tests from the hospital that night:"Bloodwork ok & Cat Scan negative! YAY! He's still N alot of pain tho & low grade fever. Watchin Emmys Red Carpet arrivals frm ER tv."

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The doctors concluded that Dean's condition was a "really bad stomach virus" and that they were still not ready to rule out his appendix as a possible problem.

Even their two kids caught the nasty bug. Dean updated his Twitter followers on Thursday, Sept. 24, noting: "Stella has fully recovered from the flu and so has Liam. I hope this is the end of it."

And by Monday things seemed to have improved, but not much: "The Flu has left the building. Now we all have colds. Yay !!!!"

Good thing Dean's got an iPhone so he can keep us updated. (Does that thing have a thermometer app? It should.)

Get well, Tori.