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Kim Kardashian 'doesn't want to fall pregnant again'

Published 22/11/2015

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Reality star Kim Kardashian is said to have suggested adoption or surrogacy to her husband Kanye West if they decide to have more children.

Kim Kardashian has reportedly made it clear to Kanye West that she doesn't want to go through another pregnancy.

The 35-year-old star is currently expecting a little boy with her rapper husband, who will join their daughter North, two. Kim's first time round carrying a baby was difficult as she suffered from a condition which sees the placenta grow in a dangerous way within the uterus, which forced her to undergo surgery. Doctors have warned the problem could return and she may need a hysterectomy after the birth of her little boy in December, which has reportedly made Kim decide she can't take any more damage to her body.

"Kim's told Kanye that even if she doesn't need to have her womb removed straight after the birth, she doesn't want to put herself through another tough birth pregnancy and birth," an insider told Britain's Closer magazine. "She's told Kanye that if he wants more, they'll have to look into surrogacy or adopt."

Kanye was said to be upset by this news as he's always dreamed of having a big family. It's reportedly causing tensions between the couple, but Kim is said to hope her musician spouse will realize things are perfect once they welcome their second bundle of joy.

The brunette beauty recently spoke out and defended her comments about her "awful" pregnancy, insisting she's sharing her feelings to help other women in similar situations.

"I just don't think pregnancy and me really agree with each other," she told E! Online. "I'm really not complaining, I'm just being honest and being honest about (it). I hate it. You know pregnancy is not for me... You know I've heard stories forever about how amazing pregnancy is from my mom and (sister) Kourtney and that's just not the case for me and I'm not going to sit here and lie and act like it's the most blissful experience. It's awful."

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