Tori Spelling told readers of her website that she had been released from the hospital after undergoing emergency surgery earlier this month.
The actress was hospitalized in mid-September and underwent emergency surgery following complications from her C-section, which she had in late August during the delivery of her son Finn Davey.
"Hi everyone - I wanted to let you know that I am home from the hospital, on the road to recovery, and overjoyed to be back with my family," Spelling wrote on her website on Thursday, September 27. "I am so thankful for all of your love and support these past couple of weeks. It has meant so much to me. "
She added, "I will be back to blogging tomorrow, so stay tuned!"
The 39-year-old welcomed her fourth child with husband Dean McDermott on August 30. Spelling and McDermott are also parents to 5-year-old son Liam, 4-year-old daughter Stella and 10-month-old daughter Hattie.
McDermott also has a 13-year-old son named Jack from a previous marriage. The couple wed in May 2006.
Spelling and McDermott starred in their own reality show, "Tori & Dean: sTORIbook Weddings," which aired on the Oxygen network in 2011. The actress is best known for her role as Donna Martin in the long-running 90s hit series "Beverly Hills: 90210." McDermott appeared in a number of films including "Open Range" and "Saving God."