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'OutDaughtered' Star Danielle Busby Celebrates Major Milestone With Husband Amid Continuing Health Issues

OutDaughtered star Danielle Busby and Adam Busby celebrated a big milestone on Thursday. The couple celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary with Danielle posting a tribute to their life together on Instagram. The major family milestone comes amid Danielle's mysterious health issues, which were at the center of OutDaughtered Season 8. The Busbys are parents to six daughters, Blayke, 10, and 6-year-old quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley, and Parker.
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'OutDaughtered' Stars Adam and Danielle Busby Attend Family Milestone Amid Ongoing Health Issues

OutDaughtered stars Adam Busby and Danielle Busby celebrated their 6-year-old quintuples' graduation from kindergarten this week in two ceremonies. Danielle, 37, began suffering health issues last fall and is still waiting for more information on the mysterious condition. She put those concerns aside for the couple's daughters and was all smiles in the photos Adam, 38, shared on Instagram.
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'OutDaughtered' Star Danielle Busby Fearful of Next Steps With Mystery Illness

OutDaughtered star Danielle Busby is still in search of answers when it comes to her mysterious health ailments. Danielle, 37, was hospitalized in November 2020, but she and her husband Adam Busby, 38, never shared her follow-up tests with fans. The mystery is now playing out on their TLC show, and Danielle discusses her fears in the upcoming Tuesday, April 20 episode.

'OutDaughtered' Star Danielle Busby Shares Fears About Her Mystery Illness

Danielle Busby is trying to manage her own anxiety about her ongoing health problems with the impact on her six daughters, 9-year-old Blayke and 5-year-old quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Hazel, Riley and Parker. The OutDaughtered mother shared her fears in Wednesday's episode of the TLC show after experiencing some incredibly troubling symptoms.

OutDaughtered's Danielle Busby Shows Her Heart Monitor to Her Girls: 'It Crushes Me'

As Danielle Busby continues to battle a mystery illness, she's hopeful she'll find answers — not only for herself, but also for her young daughters. In PEOPLE's exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday's episode of OutDaughtered, Danielle comes home from a doctor's appointment wearing a heart monitor, which she first shows to husband Adam before revealing it to their six girls: 6-year-old quintuplets Ava, Olivia, Riley, Parker and Hazel and 10-year-old Blayke.

‘OutDaughtered’ Sneak Peek: Crystal Mills Cries Over Sister Danielle Busby’s Mystery Illness

Sympathetic to her struggles. Danielle Busby’s sister Crystal Mills broke down in tears over the reality star’s health battle. In Us Weekly’s exclusive sneak peek of the Tuesday, April 6, episode of OutDaughtered, Danielle, 37, prepares for a pop-up shop with help from her siblings. “I’m trying to stay calm but got a lot to do, and I just want it to go well,” she says. “I mean, this is the first opportunity I’ve had to showcase my shop outside of online, and it just can’t fail.”

'OutDaughtered' Star Danielle Busby Reveals Details Behind Her Undiagnosed, Mystery Illness

Danielle Busby is offering up details about the undiagnosed illness from which she's been suffering for months. The OutDaughtered star, 37, opened up to Entertainment Tonight Tuesday about the health problems with which she first went public in November. The mother-of-six shared she's been having "a lot of ups and downs" and "different forms of pain" as she undergoes a number of medical tests to determine the source of her pain, migraines, numbness, tingling, digestive problems and skin issues.

OutDaughtered’s Danielle Busby and Adam Busby Talk Adoption, Say Having a Son Would ‘Complicate Things’

On the fence. While Danielle Busby and Adam Busby are open to adopting, they have mixed feelings about adding a boy to their family of girls. “We would leave that up to the situation, but if it was a boy … I don’t know what we would do,” the CaDi Fitness cocreator, 37, exclusively told Us Weekly on Tuesday, March 23, while promoting season 8 of OutDaughtered.

'OutDaughtered' Star Danielle Busby Has a Special Bond With Her Twin Sisters

From the moment they first met Adam and Danielle Busby, TLC viewers fell in love with the OutDaughtered stars. The couple welcomed their oldest daughter Blayke in 2011, followed by all-girl quintuplets (Olivia, Ava, Hazel, Parker, and Riley) in 2015. As fans have witnessed, the Busbys' six daughters keep them on their toes — and there's no way they could have survived those early years without help from family.

OutDaughtered’s Danielle Busby Thought She Was ‘Having a Heart Attack,’ Couldn’t Go Upstairs Amid Mystery Health Battle

Good and bad days. OutDaughtered star Danielle Busby is still searching for answers when it comes to her health after months of battling a mystery illness. “I’m still on that path to some type of discovery,” Busby, 37, exclusively told Us Weekly on Tuesday, March 23, noting she’s seen a range of doctors including a cardiologist, rheumatologist and a gastroenterologist in hopes of finding answers. “I do not feel any better or cured by any means.”

Danielle Busby Tries to ‘Keep on a Brave Face’ After COVID-19 Scare in ‘OutDaughtered’ Sneak Peek

OutDaughtered’s Danielle Busby and her husband, Adam Busby, open up about their fears surrounding the coronavirus pandemic after a family member tests positive. In Us Weekly‘s exclusive sneak peek of the Tuesday, March 9, episode, the couple, who share 9-year-old daughter Blayke and 5-year-old quintuplets, Ava, Hazel, Olivia, Parker and Riley, have to get tested for the virus after Dale Mills, A.K.A. Uncle Dale, tests positive.

OutDaughtered Star Danielle Busby Opens Up About Her Mystery Illness and 'Extreme' Symptoms

As Danielle Busby continues to seek answers regarding her mysterious health struggles, the OutDaughtered star is "trying to be as patient" as she can. "What I'm learning is that it's an uphill journey of trying to discover some type of possible autoimmune disease," the mom of six tells PEOPLE ahead of OutDaughtered's return to TLC on Sunday. "So it's not something that's easily identified. [My] symptoms are so random and so extreme on certain days and like, a little bit more calm or relaxed on other days."