Kim Kardashian's Next Baby: ''I Just Want to Explore Surrogacy''. Will She Use Kanye's Sperm?

By Carl Devoux , Updated Nov 08, 2016 06:00 AM EST

The Kardashians are known to get what they want. And with the new revelation of Kim Kardashian that she wants another baby, but this time, through surrogacy, it certainly got fans talking.

We remember Kim Kardashian having suffered health problems while being pregnant. She reportedly had placenta problems that made her take those "life changing" placenta pills. She said that her placenta grew onto her uterus and that the worst case scenario is that she could be rushed into the emergency room after giving birth and to have the doctors remove her uterus. Well thankfully that did not happen. But due to those struggles, she vowed never to have children again - at least, not naturally.

There have been rumors priors that Kim Kardashian along with her husband Kanye West are exploring alternative methods to expand their brood which is now consisted of North West and Saint West.

In a sneak peak of the brand new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim Kardashian confirmed this and thus, dropped another bombshell. She told her mother, Kris Jenner, that she has come to the conclusion that she wants to explore surrogacy. Kris Jenner looked so shock upon hearing that.

Well what is surrogacy in the first place? Surrogacy is when another woman will conceive and give birth to a baby for another couple. It is usually appropriate for couples which cannot or is dangerous to have children by their own due to a medical condition. There are different kinds of surrogacy. It mostly differ from which the eggs and sperms will come. Should Kim Kardashian chooses to do this, would she use her own egg and Kanye's sperm? She can also opt to use her own egg and another man's sperm. This will be pretty interesting for fans to watch. Also, how will they choose the surrogate mother? Tune-in to the brand new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians during Sunday, 9pm, only on E! 


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