Kim Kardashian May Need Her Uterus Removed?

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We know everything else about Kim Kardashian‘s life, why not spread some gynocological GOSSIP?

According to Page Six, the reality TV star worries this could be her final pregnancy, as giving birth to baby North West was a big ordeal, and getting pregnant a second time was no picnic, either:

“… [Doctors] think I’ll have placenta accreta again, so if the placenta grows a little bit deeper [into the uterine wall] than it did last time, then they are prepared to have my uterus removed, which is a little scary for me,” Kardashian, 34, told C Magazine.

With placenta accreta, the placenta or part of the placenta does not completely detach from the uterus after a woman gives birth, potentially causing severe blood loss. Yeah- now you know THAT about Kim K.

“It was over a year of trying, and I had so many complications,” she explained, pointing to placenta accreta. “There were a couple of little operations to fix all of that, so that created a little hole in my uterus, which I think made it really tough to get pregnant again.”

During her first pregnancy she was also diagnosed with preeclampsia, which led to weight gain and swelling. She also hinted that she might not be as open to  being in the public eye in the next ten years.

“I probably won’t be as much in front of the camera, but a bit more behind the scenes as far as our clothing line and our stores,” she said. “We have some big ideas and are kind of spacing it out.”

And a word about the future of the family’s reality show, now in its 10th season. “I don’t see us filming the show day to day,” she reflected. “But you never know — we never thought it would go this long.”

(Via Page Six)

Whatever, I’m sure a uterus-less, more behind the scenes Kim K will still be a Kim K that the public wants…

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