"We went through the process. There are all these shots, they make your body crazy, they make you emotional, they hurt. I was getting shots every day. I wasn't telling you guys — my husband and I were going through this at home together. He hated giving me the shots, he probably cried more than I did," Tyler, 42, told her co-hosts.
"After going through a lot of procedures and spending a lot of money ... the doctor said, 'Look, based on what we're seeing here, I just don't think this is going to happen for you.'"
Tearing up she continued, "The hardest part is I really love my husband — he's such a good person and he would be such a great father. But we just decided it wasn't worth it to go through that and so we decided to stop. It was better to not go through that torture."
Tyler's co-hosts, who hadn't not known about her issues, were in tears as she told them about her struggle to become a mom. But Tyler, who says she loves kids, admitted that she hasn't given up her baby dream completely.
"I love the idea of adoption," she admitted when Sara Gilbert asked her about exploring other avenues. "But I feel like this is such a fresh wound that I want to let it heal for a while before I think about what we could do."