Khloe Kardashian will be getting fertility treatments in Dallas (update: denial)

Can you believe how long Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom’s marriage has lasted? I have to admit, I’m kind of rooting for them, strip clubs or no strip clubs. Ever since Khloe and Lamar got married back in 2009 (!!), there have been so many rumors about Khloe and her womb. At this point, I think Khloe has been open enough about her struggles to conceive and we should just let her and Lamar do whatever they need to do in private. But of course, we’re talking about the Kardashians (even if Khloe isn’t technically a Kardashian), so the world is their gynecologist. As such, Radar reports that Khloe and Lamar are seeing fertility specialists in Dallas now – this comes after a report in December that Khloe was beginning in vitro treatments:

Khloe Kardashian hasn’t let her move to Dallas derail her plans to get pregnant, and the reality TV star is now interviewing fertility doctors in Texas, is exclusively reporting.

Khloe and hubby Lamar Odom have been trying to get pregnant for more than a year. She had been getting fertility treatments in Los Angeles, but when Lamar was abruptly traded from the Lakers to the Lone Star State, Khloe immediately began researching top fertility specialists in Dallas.

“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 close to the situation tells us.

Cameras have been with Khloe and Lamar ever since their move to Dallas, and their struggle to get pregnant will be featured on their own E! reality spin-off show.

“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 friend says.

Lamar’s Dallas Mavericks played the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center on Monday night, and his wife was in attendance, along with her momager, Kris Jenner and stepdad Bruce Jenner. (The Dallas Maverick’s lost the game.)

[From Radar]

Yeah, I don’t know what else to say about this. I wish Khloe and Lamar luck. I think they’ve been trying for a lot longer than a year, and I think Kris Jenner is a massive bitch for basically BLAMING Khloe for having fertility issues. I hope Dallas will be good for Khloe, and she’s probably secretly happy to be away from the Jenner-Kardashian mess in LA. Maybe 2012 will finally be Khloe’s year to get pregnant – and if not, it’s not the end of the world either.

UPDATE: Khloe tweeted this denial: “Because there seems to be much speculation, here is my statement… I am not at this time in my life considering any type of fertility treatments. If and when I do, I will shout it from the rooftops but for now its in Gods hands.” Do you believe her? Eh.

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. mel2 says:

    Maybe being in Dallas and away from the stress of her family will help her conceive. I am rooting for Khole and Lamar all the way.

  2. JPX says:

    God, she’s just so gross and he’s f’ugly. The two of them should never have children.

  3. Asli says:

    Love Khloe. Kris J. is disgusting! How can you blame a person for having difficulties concieving! Her own daughter at that! And I thought she couldn’t stoop any lower… How wrong of me. We should know that lady has NO scruples by now!

  4. Mali_ says:

    She always looks like she could pass for Elvis Presley’s daughter. Her and Lisa Marie have his facial looks.

  5. Me says:

    Wow JPX…how hateful! That she’s “gross and he’s fugly” (according to you) doesn’t mean they shouldn’t have children if they want it. You are gross and fugly for such an ugly statement. :-(

  6. Jacq says:

    Believe her? She’s a kardashian, isn’t she? Or is she? I do feel bad for her struggle, but if she has multiples and doesn’t acknowledge treatments for her “open fertility issues” I’ll flush her, too.

    • WickedSteppMom says:

      Interesting theory. A woman I used to work with had triplets naturally, though they’d been trying for right about a year & had just had a fertility consultation when she learned she was pregnant. (A cousin of hers also has multiples.) My husband’s mother is an identical twin, his father is a fraternal twin, we did 6 IUI’s & an IVF to have our daughter-and put back more than one egg, yet we did not have multiples. The chances are actually not as high as people think.

  7. Agnes says:

    I wish them luck. I’m sure they’ll do better away firm that awful family.

  8. CG says:

    Uh … wasn’t she on the cover of Us Weekly a month or two back saying she was starting in vitro? And that was right after the Kourtney cover that announced her pregnancy that she got $100K for, so you know Khloe’s cover was bought and paid for too. I like Khloe, but come on, girl. There’s no shame in doing IVF or anything!

  9. Cathy says:

    I feel bad for her, the pressure must be huge. Getting away from Kris and that horrible tribe out in LA could be just the thing that they need.

  10. phlyfiremama says:

    For any of you ladies trying to get pregnant: Acupunture & Chinese herbs have fantastic success with fertility issues. The mestrual cycle is exactly that: a cycle. When it gets out of whack, it is because there are imbalances in the body~it can be late, early, entirely disappear, become extremely painful, and cause other problems concurrently. Chinese medicine is ALL ABOUT bringing the body back into balance~which corrects the cycle, and prepares the woman for both conception and pregnancy. It is therefore helpful for PMS,Cramps,and Menpause as well.

  11. jay says:

    Not sure what the rush is for children anyway; they’ve not been married that long and she’s still young. My daughter will have been married three years this April and is turning 30 in Feb., and they aren’t in any rush. Not in the public eye, I know, but I’ve always felt it was so 50′s to expect that you have a child so soon after wedding. It takes time to adjust to a new living situation, not to mention some just want that time together as just two not more. I don’t know; it seems odd.

    I do get the ickies from the mom always involved in everything; it seems way weird and invasive. I actually think these two might be for real, however.

    And that’s waaaaay more Kardashian than I want to spend time on….

    • Cindy says:

      Well, as someone who started trying in her late 20s, if they have been trying for over a year with no success, there is no point in wasting time making a doctor’s appointment, especially since she has access to the best doctors in the country due to her fame and financial status. Ignoring it won’t make it any easier later. Whatever she decides to do, I hope her family doesn’t make it harder.

      • jay says:

        I wasn’t speaking about difficulty if someone is CHOOSING to start a family in a relatively short time after marrying; I was just pondering on the WHY it seems everyone is on babywatch as soon as the last note of the recessional ends.:-) It just seems so rushed and out of sync. I know that there’s a variety of viewpoints on how soon is too soon, how long to wait, and, of course, all the “whys” are naturally individual; I just find it odd to see it in this day and age. I have family members who have struggled with fertility and gone multiple routes to achieve their heart’s desire, so no ding there. Just don’t see the rush as they aren’t in their dotage nor past prime bearing age. No biggie.

  12. the original bellaluna says:

    These two are actually tolerable. He doesn’t look like he’s going to ax-murder her in her sleep, and she doesn’t talk in that ridiculous nasally baby-voice.

    I wish them success and good luck.

  13. dorothy says:

    They seem to be the only two in the Kardashian KLAN that have their heads on straight. I actually think they would be very good parents.

  14. Penguin says:

    I really like khloe. I wish she wasn’t part of that vile family.

  15. Ash says:

    I think she would be a good mom.I only see her playing with Mason and showering him with attention on the NY show. More than his own mom or other aunt.

  16. JessSaysNo says:

    She’s still looking into IVF believe me, but I dont blame her for keeping it secret. It’s very personal and scary.

  17. kimberly says:

    isn’t she young to be going to a fertility doctor?

    I mean she treats her body like it’s a piece of sh-t then expects it to work like properly?

    That’s the problem with dumb bitches I guess. Eat shtt, diet poorly, then cry when you can’t conceive. It sucks, but the whole “body is a temple” is cliche for a reason.