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Kenya Moore has step closer to baby

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Kenya Moore recently announced that her plan for 2014 is to get pregnant and have a baby. In order to get one step closer to her 2014 goal, Ms. Moore recently underwent surgery to remove fibroid tumors from her uterus. Doctors have informed the 42 year old that fibroid tumors can cause miscarriages and that undergoing surgery would increase her chance of a successful pregnancy.

Fans of The Real Housewives of Atlanta will recall that Kenya's co-star, Cynthia Bailey, underwent surgery to deal with her own struggles with fibroids. Cynthia's uterine fibroids caused her to gain 20 pounds, lose her sex drive, have severe fatigue, be in extreme discomfort, and experience incredibly heavy menstruation. After Cynthia's fibroid surgery was featured on Season 6 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, it was revealed that in addition to Cynthia, fellow Real Housewives Kandi Burruss, Porsha Stewart, and Kenya Moore all suffered from fibroids. Cynthia at the time made a point of highlighting that Kenya's fibroids were particularly bad and that she was currently suffering with them.

Kenya has revealed that once she has recovered from her fibroids surgery she will immediately begin In Vitro treatments in her quest to become pregnant.

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