Kim Kardashian Gets Devastating Blow About Her Fertility

It's no secret that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been trying for a little sibling for North West for quite some time. In fact, according to Kim, they've been doing the deed "500 times a day" in a valiant effort to have a second child. That being said, Kim recently admitted that their baby-making plans may be fruitless.


The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star told Matt Lauer on the Today show this Monday that her doctors have suggested that she look outside of traditional means if she wants to have another baby.

"They have recommended to me to get a surrogate, and I would like to hold out a little bit longer, and still try," she admitted, adding, "I still have hope, so I'm just going to keep on trying."

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Kim has said in the past, "They say if you've been trying [to have a baby] for a year, then you usually need a little bit of help ... I had a tough delivery, so I understand what my challenges are." But she doesn't seem to be listening.

It sounds like Kim is in denial when it comes to having a little brother or sister for Nori. By the time the doc recommends a surrogate, things have probably gotten pretty serious. Plus, we've heard Kim say on recent episodes of her reality show that she and Kanye may not be able to carry another baby in her body.

Lauer did ask Kim about the possibility of adopting, and she coyly replied, "Never say never." She also went on to count her blessings when it comes to family. She said, "I  think you get over it to the point where I'm so blessed that I have one and I don't want to take my focus off of her so much."

It's awesome that Kim can appreciate her sweet baby girl North, but if she really wants another baby, she might be wise to follow her doctor's advice. Miracles happen every day -- even if they come in the form of IVF and surrogates!

Do you think Kim is in denial about her ability to have another baby?


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