Khloe Kardashian denies getting fertility treatments to get pregnant
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/18/2012
Khloe Kardashian has denied claims suggesting she is getting fertility treatments to get pregnant.
"Because there is so much speculation here is my statement... I am not at this time in my life considering any type of fertility treatments," the Khloe & Lamar star wrote on her Twitter account Tuesday.
"If and when I do, I will shout it from the rooftops but for now its in Gods hands."
Kardashian was presumably responding to a recent RadarOnline report that she has been interviewing fertility specialists in Texas after she and husband Lamar Odom moved from Los Angeles to Dallas following the professional basketball player's unexpected December trade from the LA Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks. According to the report, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians and former Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami star was also getting fertility treatments in Los Angeles prior to moving, as the couple has been trying to get pregnant for over a year.
"Khloe has been meeting with fertility doctors in Dallas, and Lamar has been going with her to several appointments. It makes sense for her to have a fertility doctor in Dallas, as well as Los Angeles. Khloe very much wants to have a baby with Lamar, and their inability to get pregnant has had its rough moments, but this has only made their relationship stronger," a source told RadarOnline.
The couple's adjustment to a new life in Dallas will be featured in the second season of Khloe & Lamar, which is currently filming and will premiere on Sunday, February 19 at 10PM ET/PT on E!. According to RadarOnline, the new season will also chronicle Kardashian and Odom's struggles to have a baby.
"Khloe wants to shine a light on this very sensitive subject. Khloe has received such a warm welcome in Dallas, and she thinks that the move may actually help her get pregnant. Khloe is constantly asked when she is getting pregnant, it just made sense to let viewers know what is really going on," the source added.