Kim Kardashian reflects on having five surgeries after her pregnancies

Kim and Kourtney Kardashian Take a Massive Family

'At 34 and a half weeks, I had to get to work as an emergency, they induced me.

Kim Kardashian West loves her attractive family, especially knowing how lucky she is to have been able to give birth to her eldest children, North, 6, and Saint, 4, and to have been able to have surrogates carry her youngest kids, Chicago, 1, and Psalm, 7 months. "She was nearly six weeks early".

To get things back on track, the "momager" told her daughters: "I want each one of you to pick one person sitting here and tell them what's the one thing you'd love to focus on strengthening in your relationship". "And I opted to have two different surrogates to use the last two embryos we had".

'I had to have five different operations within a year and a half to fix the damage that all of that did on the inside, ' she continued.

Kim Kardashian West, 39, also admits that she can go low during family fights, especially with Kourtney.

Though she wanted to have more children, her doctors urged her to avoid another pregnancy.

Kim and Kanye then chose to extend their family through using two different surrogates, with Chicago born last January, and Psalm arriving earlier this year.

"Sometimes I think people lash out at the people they love the most", adds Kris.

Doubting, she began: "I mean, I will start by saying that they are really all fantastic. It was all worth it", Kim said.

Kim Kardashian West proved that to be true when she uploaded a West-only holiday photo to Instagram on Friday morning!

The mother-of-four, who is studying to become a lawyer, explained: "I have seen so many families torn apart by just not having a fair bail system".

The brand will donate $100,000 in total this Christmas, which will be divided among the organisations Girls Inc., Global Down Syndrome Foundation, Hope for Haiti's Children, I Am B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L., METAVivor Research & Support, Our Blood, Partnerships With Industry, Women's Sports Foundation, and The Bail Project.



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