Khloe Kardashian took to her official Twitter page on January 17 to deny reports that she is seeking fertility treatments in Dallas.
"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," she wrote.
Kardashian married the former Los Angeles Lakers basketball player Lamar Odom in September 2009. Odom currently plays for the Dallas Mavericks. The couple appears on "Keeping up with the Kardashians" and the spin-off, "Khloe & Lamar."
Odom has two children from a previous relationship.
Kardashian, 27, has been candid about her fertility issues in the past. During an appearance on "The Today Show" in October, she admitted trying to get pregnant was "so hard."
"I never knew about ovulation and the limited amount of time that you have to get pregnant," she added, according to Us Magazine. "I never knew about that. No one ever taught me that."
She also said that it was difficult because of Odom's traveling schedule.
Kardashian's pregnancy woes have been highlighted on her reality show "Khloe & Lamar." An episode in the series that aired in May showed her anxiety over the issue. The show also featured Kardashian's visit to the gynecologist to see if there was anything physically wrong with her.
The second season of "Khloe & Lamar" will premiere on February 19 and will capture all the drama behind the move to Dallas, according a statement from the E! network.
Kardashian's own paternity recently came into question when the ex-wives of her father Robert Kardashian claimed that he told them Khloe Kardashian was not his biological daughter. However, both Khloe and her mother Kris Jenner blasted the claims as false.
Kardashian's older sister, Kourtney, is already the mother to 2-year-old son Mason and announced her second pregnancy in late November.
Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian was at the Staples Center on January 16 when her husband got a standing ovation from Lakers fans for his return to the stadium.
Kardashian later described the experience as "So emotional!"