Meet First pregnant man in Britain who is four months into pregnancy

Brace yourself and meet First pregnant man in Britain. Pregnant men?  Wonders are not wonders if they can be explained. We know women get pregnant and many have a hard time with it. But nature takes its course in the timeless process of conception, pregnancy and birth
First pregnant man in Britain
Hayden Cross
Now let us talk about pregnancy in men—Yes it's actually happened...twice as far as I know. 

But here's the twist. It occurred legally rather than biologically.

A 20-year-old man has become the first in the Britain to announce that he’s pregnant.

Hayden Cross, who was born as a girl, has been living as a man for three years but put his transition on hold in order to have a baby.

He is legally male and has begun hormone treatment but decided to have a child now rather than delay his transition..

The dad-to-be is now four months pregnant after finding a sperm donor on Facebook.

He had approached the NHS to see if his eggs could be frozen before completing his full gender change but was refused. Determined to to go through this final phase of his womanhood,  Hayden didn't let the NHS decision stop him. 
First ever man to be pregnant
Once he has given birth he will fully transition by having his breasts and ovaries removed.

The father to be spoke to the Sun on Sunday about some of the major challenges;
‘I was happy but I also knew it would be backtracking on my transition,’ he said.

‘It is a very female thing to carry a baby and it goes against everything I feel in my body.
‘I wanted the kid now so that I can have the transition before I get old.’

The first ever pregnant man. In 2008, American Thomas Beatie became the first man in the world to announce that he was pregnant. It was an unprecedented  announcement that completely shocked people the world over. 

Meet First pregnant man in Britain who is four months into pregnancy Meet First pregnant man in Britain who is four months into pregnancy Reviewed by Nelson Storm on January 11, 2017 Rating: 5