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Kim K: I’m not ready to accept doctor’s advice

Published 28/04/2015

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian has spoken about the challenges she’s facing with becoming pregnant for a second time.

The 34-year-old reality star is currently mother to 22-month-old daughter North, who she shares with husband Kanye West.

Kim has been open about her struggle with becoming pregnant for the second time and in a new interview, the stunning brunette shared intimate details about her sessions with medical doctors.

"They say if you've been trying [to have a baby] for a year, then you usually need a little bit of help,” Kim explained during an appearance on America’s TODAY show with Matt Lauer. "I had a tough delivery, so I understand what my challenges are. I mean, I'm seeing the best doctors and I'm trying to do everything I can to make that happen.

"They have recommended to me to get a surrogate, and I would like to hold out a little bit longer, and still try. I still have hope, so I'm just going to keep on trying. Never say never. I mean, we haven't talked about adopting..."

Speculation is rife Kim is doing everything in her power to ensure she gets pregnant again.

Apparently the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has hired a bevy of new staff to help spark a new pregnancy, with rumours she has added a Chinese herbal doctor, cupping therapist and a personal trainer who specialises in fertility-boosting exercises to her personnel.

“Kim has hired a £5,000-a-month specialist chef to ensure all her meals are packed full of fertility-boosting ingredients,” a source told the UK’s Grazia magazine recently.

“Her new diet is packed full of fish for omega-3 fatty acids, which her chef says the body needs for optimal fertility.

“Kim’s struggles to get pregnant is taking over her life, and she’s willing to do whatever it takes.”

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