Kim Kardashian expressed her interest in having another baby with husband Kanye West, but it seems like her body won’t permit her. The 36-year-old star had been through a lot of health problems when she was still pregnant with her two babies, North and Saint West.

Hence, on the recent episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the television personality underwent surgery on her uterus to help her body to get in shape for a baby number three. In fact, she has been openly talking the possibilities of having another child on their reality television series, and this includes numerous trips to the doctors.

Kim’s plans to get pregnant

Her doctors have advised Kim that it is quite dangerous if she would have another baby.

The surgery she had been through is made to fix a hole in her uterus so she could conceive. However, if she still pushes it through, this could still be a high-risk pregnancy. Thus, her sisters, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian along with her mother Kris Jenner’s boyfriend Corey Gamble expressed their concerns about her plans, but she is now decided.

“Having more kids is gonna be a struggle. I’ve gone through so much with really bad deliveries that the doctors don’t feel like it’s safe for me to conceive myself again,” she explained. “This surgery is the one last thing I can try … I want my kids to have siblings, and I want to know that I did everything that I could to make this happen.”

Her alleged pregnancy

Moreover, as Kim is now planning to have another baby, there are swirling rumors that she is already pregnant.

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The news started when she retweeted a message about pregnancy in February. “[Retweet] if you’re getting pregnant in time for Kim and Kanye [West’s] kids line launch,” she tweeted. From here, her followers think that she’s now expecting.

Serious health problems

Kim had been through some serious complications, like toxemia and retained placenta, when she was pregnant with her two babies. In fact, when she was still carrying North in her womb, she had a condition called preeclampsia that she needed to deliver the baby earlier than nine months to protect herself and the child.

The placenta usually comes when the baby was delivered, but in her case, it was glued inside her uterus, a condition called placenta accrete. This, too, is very dangerous as it can grow deeply into her uterine wall. To mend this, a doctor had to put his entire arm inside her and remove the placenta with his bare hand by scraping it from her uterus using his fingernails.