Heidi Montag and her husband, Spencer Pratt, are hoping to have a second child after undergoing hysteroscopic polypectomy surgery to improve their chances of conceiving.
The 34-year-old MTV star said in her YouTube Livestream of the procedure Thursday,
“I’m hoping that this surgery works and that this is the only reason I haven’t been able to get pregnant.”
According to the Kelsey-Seabold Clinic, the minimally invasive technique is a surgery that removes uterine polyps in the uterus.
Montag added, “Hopefully after this, I can get pregnant right away.”
Montag says she felt “really good” after the procedure and added that she’s “so happy it’s done,” before thanking the hospital workers.
She continued, “Just gonna relax. I can have intercourse in two days and I’m ovulating, so hopefully, this is the time. I have no cramping and the anesthesia felt great.”
In May, the reality TV couple, who welcomed son Gunner in 2017, told Us Weekly that they’d been trying to conceive for five months after arguing about when to try to conceive during the pandemic’s peak.
“We were on such different pages,” Pratt, 37, confessed at the time. “Heidi was willing to [get] pregnant during the pandemic … And I was, like, hearing stories about dads having to wait outside of the building. They’d come in for, like, two minutes. Just the idea to me … I didn’t want to do that. It felt like a sci-fi movie.”
As mentioned in the report of PageSix, Montag briefly mentioned the hullabaloo over her claim this week that her “Hills” opponent Lauren Conrad should be more successful while being taken to her appointment.
She said, “I’m actually going to do a blog — a vlog — kind of explaining a little more what I meant about Lauren, because people are just going crazy about it,” “But, yeah, I’ll just explain it a little further.”
“Anyways, all love, all good,” she added. “Just speaking the truth, sorry if that makes some people upset, but sometimes, just the truth hurts.”