There are a lot of celebrities who struggled for a long time to conceive; some succeeded while some others failed after using fertility treatments like in-vitro fertilization.
The famous Canadian singer is landed in this list of celebrities who struggled to conceive because of the fact that Celine Dion underwent a lot of fertility treatments before giving birth to son Rene-Charles in 2001. In fact, the 43-year-old singer had two small operations at a fertility clinic in New York to improve her chances of conceiving but the situation was still hopeless. After that, she decided to use in-vitro fertilisation after years of failed attempts to conceive.
Last year, Angelil announced that Dion was 14 weeks pregnant with twins after a sixth treatment of in-vitro fertilization and Celine Dion confessed she was originally expecting triplets but lost one of the babies
The Oscar winner Julia Roberts reportedly used IVF to conceive twins Hazel and Phinnaeus in 2004
The E! News host Giuliana Rancic and her husband Bill have struggled to conceive since approximately the beginning of 2009. From March 2010, Rancic received 63 IVF shots a month
The Desperate Housewives star Marcia Cross is also listed one of celebrities who struggled to conceive her twins
After years of attempting to become pregnant, Angela Bassett and her hubby Courtney B. Vance welcomed twins son Slater Josiah and daughter Bronwyn Golden via surrogate in January 2006
After some miscarriages, the Dancing With the Stars alum Kirstie Alley adopted two children with ex Parker Stevenson
The blonde beauty Sharon Stone decided to adopt three children: Roan, Laird and Quinn because of suffering from recurrent early miscarriages
After their 2002 wedding, the View co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck and her NFL husband Tim tried to conceive many times. The couple is now the happy parents of three kids: Grace, Taylor and Isaiah
While undergoing IVF treatments, the supermodel Christie Brinkley suffered three miscarriages and gave birth to daughter Sailor Lee with hubby Peter Cook at the age of 44
After seven IVF attempts, Brooke Shields finally gave birth to daughter Rowan Francis in 2003 and naturally conceived her second daughter, Grier Hammon, in 2006
Mariah Carey began taking progesterone, a hormone often prescribed to boost fertility after a miscarriage. She welcomed twins with hubby Nick Cannon in 2011
Star With Fertility Problems: Mariah Carey