Kourtney Kardashian confesses she put BIZARRE objects up her privates to try to get pregnant with Travis Barker's baby

KOURTNEY Kardashian has confessed to inserting strange objects into her vagina while trying to get pregnant with her husband Travis Barker.

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum fueled rumors that her baby efforts were successful during a night out to dinner on Wednesday.


But while filming the latest episodes of the family's new Hulu show, Kourtney, 43, announced that she has used some bizarre methods to try to get pregnant.

In one scene from Wednesday's episode, the reality star sat alongside her sisters Kim and Khloe and momager Kris Jenner in the living room of her Hidden Hills mansion.

The TV personality revealed that she experienced some sudden weight loss from doing a Panchakarma cleanse.

“I did lose 5lbs but it wasn’t the goal. The goal was to lose all the toxins and it gives you a clean egg," she explained.

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"Then I did a Yoni steam and I want to buy you all a Yoni steam. It’s so good for your vagina, you put roses and stuff in there.”

But her younger sister Khloe appeared both concerned and disgusted as she replied: “I don’t want to put my vagina through that. A steamy vagina? Sounds gross.” 

BABY ON THE WAY?

Kourtney and Travis have been heavily focused on getting pregnant, even before they tied the knot last month.

But their efforts might've brought a baby to fruition after the couple was spotted out to dinner earlier this week.

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The pair headed out for a date night to Nobu as the TV star showed off her figure in a black dress.

The Poosh founder's look featured cut-out diamond shapes down the sides of the garment and huge platform sock boots.

Her rocker beau sported a grey shirt and baggy style trousers over a pair of black lace-up shoes.

Kourtney might've had a slight baby bump as her tummy was clearly visible under the tight garb.

IVF JOURNEY

Fans have been obsessed with her midsection in recent months after she and Travis revealed their journey with IVF.

The mom of three disclosed that she had an egg retrieval appointment in a previous episode of The Kardashians.

"I'm doing my egg retrieval on Tuesday," she stated while in the makeup chair preparing for an event.

Someone who seemed emotional was heard saying through tears: "They need a baby."

In a confessional interview, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum says: "All we need is one good egg, and now it’s just in god’s hands."

Viewers were also taken inside a doctor's office with the couple.

The physician told Kourtney: "There's a follicle here, but it looks old. Very unlikely to get a mature egg."

The California native already shares her kids Mason, 12; Penelope, nine; and Reign, seven, with her ex Scott Disick.

Travis also has two children, Landon, 18, and Alabama, 16, with his ex Shanna Moakler.

PLANNING FOR PREGNANCY

But another baby has been on Kourtney's mind for some time, as in a 2021 interview, she opened up about her decision to freeze her eggs last year, a journey she documented on KUWTK.

The hopeful mom later appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show where she talked about the process, before finding love with Travis.

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"I froze mine and hopefully they're sitting there OK just for, you never know," she said at the time.

"I really got talked into it. I was like, 'OK, whatever, I'll do it one time since everyone else is doing it. I might as well.'"




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