Casting a partner on-air, whether it's one of five, one of two, is a very difficult thing because it's that thing we always talk about, chemistry." And it's not just chemistry with Julie.
They mortgage their homes and they break themselves." "And by the way," she continued, "most of them don't get pregnant. We don't focus on all the people that don't do it.
"We just decided it wasn't worth it to go through that, and so we decided to stop," Tyler told the ladies at the time.
"It was better to not go through that torture." The star, who voices Lana Kane in FX's smash cartoon series "I wanted families [and] couples to know that it was a valid choice not to get on this crazy merry-go-round of IVF and tens and tens of thousands of dollars," Tyler explained.
The actress and comedian, 45, has been outspoken about her infertility struggle with her husband in the past, and revealed a heartbreaking secret in an emotional episode of The Talk in September 2013.
Tyler, who cried to her cohosts about the confession, said she and her husband tried everything possible to have a baby, until a doctor said there wasn't much hope.