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Khloe Kardashian Tried IVF To 'Fix' Marriage With Lamar Odom

Mar. 24 2016, Updated 1:59 p.m. ET

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When Khloe Kardashian's marriage to Lamar Odom first began to crumble, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star thought having a baby might save them from divorce.

On a new episode of Kocktails With Khloe, the 31-year-old dished that she even tried in vitro fertilization treatments when she was just 27, though it didn't take.

"I do want to have a baby. I've tried IVF and all that," Khloe told celebrity guests Terry and Heather Dubrow, actress Missi Pyle, and burlesque star Dita Von Teese of her family planning past.

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"Right now in my life, I don't want to just have a baby. I still want to have like my family, but at the time I was, like, ugh, gotta have a baby," she continued. "That's all I wanted at that time."

As Radar previously reported, the pair's marriage quickly plummeted after saying "I do" in 2009. Khloe has said that Odom's drug use and wandering eye largely to blame for the demise.

"I thought maybe a baby would like fix the situation," Khloe recalled of her desperation to conceive.

Now older and wiser, the reality star says she's relieved that starting a family didn't work out.

"I'm also happy it didn't happen because I was young. I was 27 and I thought 'oh my god a baby will fix this.' But It's not going to fix that," she confessed, knowing it was not the right way to save her marriage.

After Odom's near-fatal overdose last fall, however, rumors have swirled that the pair may give their marriage another shot.

But until she is ready to have babies, Khloe said she's going to "f*** everyone, drink my b***s off and go everywhere," per show guest Missi Pyle's suggestion.

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