The emotional moment Kim found out she tested positive for Lupus antibodies

Carla Harmon
September 10, 2019

I feel this, like, in my bones, ' she reportedly said.

Expressing fear for her life, 38-year-old Kim had said, "I just am, like, freaking out. I swear it's from my ponytail, it was so tight that I had a bump on my head like this", she explained of the night she wore her hair up in an extremely tight, high pony for amfAR's New York Gala in February.

"So, for the next few days, it's gonna be really hell...living, wondering what I have, what's going on and how to fix this".


The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star broke down in tears during the premiere of her family's E! reality TV show after her doctor told her that she has traces of the autoimmune disease - which occurs when the body's immune system attacks its own tissues and organs - and rheumatoid arthritis in her blood after she began complaining of painful wrists and tiredness.

Talking to the camera, the soon-to-be mom-of-three explains of the situation: 'I can not believe that Khloé thought that I was going to help her design her house for free'. You know, I'll definitely have a waist shaper, but nothing like that. "I mean, that was like on a whole different level". "Because for me, sometimes I use it as a lining, so I had the shorts on with the full corset on top of that because the material the dress was made out of, it was a little bit itchy".

Although Kim is never shy about showing off her bod, she openly confessed that she still has insecurities like everyone else.


"Even in my darkest of times I don't regret putting myself out there for the world to see". I'll figure it out.

"You know, you really do get in your head and think about the worst possible things that can happen", Kim said.

Talking to Kanye West, who interviewed her for the September issue, she said, "There is a misconception that I don't actually have to study and that I've bought my way into getting a law degree - that's absolutely not true".


SKIMS launches online on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. PST.

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