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What You and Khloe Might Have In Common About Fertility

July 17, 2017
Katie Visco
Khloe Kardashian

It might be common knowledge that for the Kardashian family, fertility does not come easily. Most of the issues have been faced by the middle sister, Kim, but it was just revealed on last week�۪s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that younger sister Khloe also has some difficulties. When Khloe�۪s boyfriend, Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavalier�۪s, admitted he wanted anywhere from 5 to 6 children, Khloe sought out a fertility specialist. The specialist informed her that she had a low egg count for a woman her age. In order to get a better idea of her fertility possibilities, she had to go off of her birth control. Learn more about what happens to your fertility level after being on birth control here.


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