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Kim Kardashian West may have to resort to surrogacy

07 April 2015, 09:17

Los Angeles - Kim Kardashian West may have to use a surrogate mother if she wants to have a second child.

The 34-year-old reality TV star - who gave birth to her first child North West in June 2013 - has a problem with her uterus which means she might not be able to carry another baby, and in the latest episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim is told that a proposed operation to remove parts of her placenta that were still stuck to her uterus after her last birth would expose her to risks during her next pregnancy.

Fighting back tears, Kim says: "There is nothing more on this earth that I want more than to be pregnant again and to go through that experience, I would pay any amount of money to have that.

"Surrogacy is really scary for me, I don't want one, I don't want that to be my reality.

"It's my last resort, surrogacy. As much as I hated being pregnant, and I complained every step of the way and joked that I didn't want one, I really don't want a surrogate.

"I wouldn't dare ask anyone to do this for me. It freaks me out, what if they're a lunatic, what if they run off with my baby? I can't do it, I just can't."

Kim - who's been open about her desire to have another baby with husband Kanye West - added: "I complained so much about being pregnant, I never thought I would be begging to be again.

"Trying for baby number two is not fun like baby number one."

- BangShowBiz


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