Kim Kardashian Miscarriage Scare? Reality Star 'Not Respecting Her Pregnancy'

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(PHOTO:Twitter/Kim Kardashian)Kim Kardashian sports new baby bump.

Kim Kardashian reportedly suffered a pregnancy scare after returning from Paris fashion week and sources suggest her grueling workout routines are putting her baby at risk.

Kardashian, 31, recently flew to Paris to visit her baby's father Kanye West, 35, and days later upon her arrival back into Los Angeles, the reality TV star became very unwell.

"Kim started feeling ill on the plane from Paris, and called friends as soon as she landed. She was rushed to her doctor Tuesday night in tears. She thought she was having a miscarriage," a source told The New York Post.

Doctors reportedly gave Kardashian the all clear, although they did advise her to stop her strenuous workout routine. The reality TV star, who is four months along in her pregnancy, is often photographed heading to the gym and a source claims this is because she is determined to lose weight.

"Kim's not respecting her pregnancy. She's running around, working out seven days a week. She's working with two different trainers to control her weight, including Tracy Anderson and a pregnancy trainer," the source said.

Kardashian has received widespread criticism over her recent weight gain with internet trolls consistently bullying the reality TV star over her appearance despite her pregnancy.

"She's scared that her a-- is as big as a couch and is going south," the source said. "But she is having a very rough pregnancy, and doctors have ordered her to slow down."

The pregnancy scare report follows claims that Kardashian has become increasingly concerned that her pregnancy could be bad for business.

"She doesn't care how much stress [working] puts on her body; she wants to make the money [now]," a source told Life & Style magazine.

"Kim is a bit worried that having a baby will affect her sexy brand image she's built up over the years," the source explained. "She's worried she won't be asked to make club appearances — her bread and butter — once she gets huge or becomes a mom."