Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry says fussy son Creed, 8 months, made her not want to have any more kids

TEEN Mom 2 star Kailyn Lowry has revealed her fussy son Creed has put her off having more children.

The 29-year-old reality star shared the details on the latest episode of her Coffee Convos podcast.

Kailyn shares eight-month-old Creed and three-year-old son Lux with her baby daddy Chris Lopez.

She also has son Isaac, 11, with Jo Rivera, while Lincoln, seven, is with ex Javi Marroquin.

Appearing alongside friend Lindsie Chrisley, Kailyn admitted it hasn't been easy bringing up her youngest.

Sharing her problems with Lindsie, who has also went through similar parenting struggles, the Teen Mom star said: "Oh my God!

"When people ask me do I want anymore kids and I'm going through the egg retrieval process…

"Before I was like, I would totally have another one by myself and choose to do it by myself… NO!"

She continued: "I'm literally freezing my eggs for the sole reason if I end up with someone who doesn't have children of their own and wants children. I would consider it because it would literally be a 50/50 situation.

"Creed is the reason why I would have no more children."

Kailyn gave birth to her youngest son last July.

Meanwhile, it comes days after the reality star claimed she "doesn't receive child support at all" from her three baby daddies.

In an Instagram Q&A, a fan asked Kailyn if she received child support for her four sons.

Sadly, she revealed that she doesn't "receive child support at all".

The mother-of-four previously talked about her financial issues back in October.

During an episode of the Baby Mama No Drama podcast, she explained: "For me, if they were still together – the mediator for child support told me and Jo when we first dealt to consider how much we would each pay if we were still together.

"You, Jo, and I have gone through a lot with the child support stuff."

She then added: "Javi and I have 50/50 with Lincoln and we go half on everything. Little things like haircuts, even though they do add up, we don't go half on those, I usually take them but sports, we go 50/50."

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