Kim Kardashian West advised against more kids

KIM Kardashian West has been advised not to have any more children.

The 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - who has daughter North, two, and son Saint, nine days, with husband Kanye West - has been warned by doctors that it is "nearly a guarantee" she will suffer from life-threatening placenta accreta for a third time if she gets pregnant again.

And, according to TMZ, 35-year-old Kim - who has previously spoken of how much she doesn't enjoy being pregnant - is also scared of having another "extremely painful birth" if she does conceive again.

The couple also think another addition to their brood would be "too much" so they are not too upset at stopping with two children.

Though they are very busy with their two kids, little Saint is making life easier for his parents as he is described as the "perfect baby" who is eating and sleeping very well and barely cries - the "opposite" of his older sister.

It was previously claimed Kim was "extremely anxious" ahead of delivering Saint, who was born almost three weeks ahead of his due date.

A source said: "She had some pretty intense anxiety the last couple of days [of pregnancy] and especially just before the baby came.

"She was scared for [this] delivery because of her past issues. She is thrilled [but it was] just so painful for her."

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