PAMELA ANDERSON is concerned her biological clock may prevent her from having any more children.
The former BAYWATCH star, 38, already has two kids - BRANDON, nine, and DYLAN, eight, by ex-husband TOMMY LEE - but may have to resort to drastic measures if she is to be a mother again by 40.
She says, "Maybe I have to find a good sperm donor. Sometimes I think I'd like to have another baby.
"I really love children, and once you have two, you might as well have ten.
"But if I do have more kids it'll have to be soon - before I'm 40."
In other news the model-turned actress PAMELA ANDERSON claims she is largely unaffected by her Hepatitis C blood disease because she eats healthily and gets plenty of sleep.
The vegetarian star and mother-of-two insists the disease, which she contracted from ex-husband TOMMY LEE in 2002, allegedly from sharing tattoo needles, is kept at bay by eating avocados.
She says, "You know, my liver gets better every year. I get the biopsy, and I go to UCLA where I have a great doctor: he's the head of department - he pretty much discovered the hepatitis C.
"He says, I'm getting healthier and healthier, and that I should keep doing what I'm doing.
"I'm not on any treatment, but I do eat a lot of avocados."