World's 1st pregnant man wants to carry another child

World's 1st pregnant man wants to carry another child

Thomas Trace Beatie made headlines 11-years-ago, after he became the first man to fall pregnant. However, the dad who gave birth to three kids considers to carry another one.

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The father of four recently admitted he wanted another child and he would not rule out having another pregnancy.

However, this time he would have to go for a c-section, since he underwent gender reconstructive surgery since giving birth to his third child.

Beatie and his second wife, Amber, recently expanded their family after trying for six-years to have a baby, Briefly.co.za learned.

Amber, 48, carried their son, whom they named Jackson Trace Beatie. According to the happy dad, his wife said if he wanted another daughter, he would have to carry her.

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Beatie added they have one frozen embryos related to the donor, and he and his wife both would be able to become pregnant.

However, he added it was a difficult decision for them to make and he does not want to tear anything unnecessarily.

Beatie, a transgender man, successfully gave birth to three children after becoming pregnant via artificial insemination, Daily Sun reported.

He has since gone on to become a motivational speaker and advocate for transgender fertility and reproductive rights.

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