Kim Kardashian West Said WHAT About Her Postpartum Vagina?!

Stars: They're just like us. Sort of.

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No matter how rich or famous you are, no one is immune to the less-than-pleasant things that happen to your body after baby. Case in point: Kim Kardashian West, who recently expressed one fear that will resonate with most mothers. 

During Sunday night's episode of Keeping up With The Kardashians, Kim opened up about why she's afraid to have a third baby with husband Kanye West. “Kanye has [talked about another baby] every single day for, like, the last week,” she told sister Kourtney's ex, Scott Disick (who is a father of three), according to E! News. “And I was like, ‘I don’t think I can carry another one.’ I just think, ‘Ugh, I’ll never be the same down there.’ Kanye says it, like, feels the same.”

Related: Kim Kardashian: Pregnancy 'Worst Experience of My Life'

For his part, Scott acknowledged that, yes, having children does affect the sexual relationship between partners—but that ultimately, it doesn't matter so much.

When Kim hilariously asked if sex after baby feels like "throwing a hot dog down a hallway" for guys, Scott was quick to clear things up: "It's not about that...I feel like me and Kanye don't care about that," he said. "It's the fact that like something that big has come in and out of there. Things are just different internally. There's just like bumps and curves, you know what I'm saying? It's just not the same." 

Kim chimed back in, saying, "It's like the same house but the furniture is rearranged." 

"Correct! Exactly!" Scott replied. "The front door is still the same, but inside the couches have been spread apart and mixed and matched like a hurricane hit."

Sure, it's pretty awkward to have that conversation with a man who's like a brother-in-law to you, but it's so refreshing to hear that someone who seems as sexually confident as Kim would worry about childbirth's effect on her sex life—because, let's face it, this is something so many women battle.

Can you relate to Kim's fears at all? Tell us in the comments!

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