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Do I tip toe over this subject and hold my tongue, or, because it’s about Kim Kardashian, can I just say what I feel? Hmmm…always a conundrum! Fertility is a very delicate issue, and it’s one that Kim has faced on a previous season (alongside sister Khloe) of Keeping up with the Kardashians…right before getting pregnant with North. 

The reality star hasn’t been quiet about her plans to give North a sibling, but so far there hasn’t been any announcement of a little South or East joining the family. Now, sources are reporting that Kim is having problems getting pregnant again. Just in time for a new (recycled?) story line?  Season 10 happens to be filming right now.

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According to TMZ, Kimye has been trying for the last nine months to conceive to no avail. The site claims that Kim has been working with fertility doctors in hopes of getting pregnant again, but she’s told friends that another baby may not be in the cards…at least not the old fashioned way.

The couple was recently spotted leaving a doctor in Beverly Hills. Kim has supposedly told family and friends that three specialists told her that she wouldn’t be able to have a baby before getting pregnant with North. After having their first child, the pair assumed that a second would be easier. However, her doctors are still citing fertility problems. 

A source shares that Kim visits a specialist once a month, and husband Kanye West is a fixture at almost every appointment. Her doctor has advised against constant travel, and Kim is reportedly working on trying to reduce her stress level in order to have another baby. 

Maybe Kim should consider going the route of many other women and use a surrogate…at least that way she could avoid God punishing her again by making her fat. Okay, I am going to dodge lightning strikes now!

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