‘Love & Hip Hop’: K. Michelle Opens up About Undergoing IVF Treatment During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Many celebrities have been open about their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. Love & Hip Hop star K. Michelle recently took to social media to talk about dealing with IVF treatment during this outbreak.

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K. Michelle’s history on ‘Love & Hip Hop’

K. Michelle was first introduced as an original main cast member of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. She was a main cast member for the first two seasons of the show. In season 5, she returned as a main cast member.

She then hopped to another show in the franchise, becoming main cast member for the fourth season of Love & Hip Hop: New York. The singer has also been a main member on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood since its fifth season.

So far in the franchise, she’s had several feuds, including some with Mimi Faust, Karlie Redd, and Rasheeda on the Atlanta series. For the Hollywood series, she has feuded with Lyrica Anderson and A1.

The singer and television personality gives an update

In a post on Instagram recently, K. Michelle opened up about doing IVF treatment during the coronavirus outbreak. The singer and her partner, Kastan Sims, are currently working to have a child.

In the post, she wrote in part, “Going through IVF in the midst of the Corona virus, is probably one of the most stressful things I’ve had to deal with. By 11pm I will have poked myself in the stomach a total of 8 times today. This is my LAST cycle of IVF. Me and Kastan keep producing boy embryos. I desperately am praying for at least 1 little girl.”

She continued, “If this doesn’t work I’ll be having two little boys and I’ll be a All boy mom with 3 boys. At this point i’m blessed either way. Some women can’t have kids at all so I won’t complain. My uterus is also strong enough for me to carry but i’m still going to have a surrogate for my mental health. I’m finally going to get it done this year. I’ve takin my time to do it the right way. I appreciate all the prayers keep sending them to God he’s listening. I never thought I’d be going through this in my 30’s, but it’s life and i’m proud of myself for being strong through this ride.”

Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood returns later this year on VH1.