October 24, 2012 02:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Khloe Kardashian has been longing for a baby for some time now, but are her infertility struggles taking their toll on her marriage to Lamar Odom? Rumor has it that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and her husband are odds over her quest for a baby!
Khloe Kardashian is determined to continue her quest to have a baby, even if it means doing so without her husband, Lamar Odom. According to the new issue of Life & Style Magazine, Khloe has been visiting the Art Reproductive Center to help her fertility, without Lamar by her side. An insider told the magazine that the fertility struggles the couple have been facing are starting to take their toll, adding: “There have been big fights and arguments lately.”
Apparently, Lamar Odom is over the entire idea of having more children, as the source went on to say: “He has kids already from a previous relationship, so he’s not dying to have more.” But that is not going to stop Khloe Kardashian from fulfilling her dream of having children of her own. A friend of Khloe’s explained recently: “Khloe is still undergoing fertility treatments and she has decided that if she is not pregnant by Christmas, she will start adoption proceedings.”
We can only imagine how hard the entire situation must be on Khloe and Lamar, but hopefully, they pull through and their marriage won’t suffer.
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