Baby Boy “ⱳᴇɑгɪпɡ” An Iud Was Born Healthy

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The IUD is 99 per cent effective, but this boy beat the odds.

His 34-year-old mum reportedly had the contraceptive device inserted two years ago, but it malfunctioned somehow and has been expelled from her body along with a baby

Specifically, according to the above hospital, Ms. T.T.P.L (SN 1986, Duong Kinh District, HP City), an employee of a bank at 10:5′ on June 30, gave birth to her third child, a boy weighing 3.3. kg. The baby was born healthy and rosy.
According to the hospital, Ms. L. 2 previous times also gave birth vaginally in 2011 and 2015. The babies were born weighing over 3kg.

The photo has been shared around the world

More than 2 years ago, Ms. T.T.P.L. has an IUD inserted at the district hospital. After a while, Ms. L., due to a delay in her period, went to the hospital for a check-up. Here, the doctors determined that the ring was still in place, but the fetus was still implanting. After discussing, Ms. L. and her family decided to keep the fetus because she thought it was a miracle that she had already put the ring in and still got pregnant.
The baby boy was born healthy.

The doctors and nurses also said that when L. gave birth, the IUD was in the placenta, so everyone let the baby hold and take pictures as a souvenir.
The healthy baby boy was born weighing 3.2kg and both mother and baby were being monitored at the hospital

What is an IUD?

The IUD, commonly known as a coil because copper wire is coiled around the plastic, is inserted into the uterus by doctors and is 99 per cent effective. The NHS website states: ‘An IUD is a small T-shaped plastic and copper device that’s inserted into your womb (uterus) by a specially trained doctor or nurse.
‘The IUD works by stopping the sperm and egg from surviving in the womb or fallopian tubes. It may also prevent a fertilised egg from implanting in the womb.
‘The IUD is a long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARC) method. This means that once it’s in place, you don’t have to think about it each day or each time you have sex. There are several types and sizes of IUD.’
The device can remain in place for five years or more and a woman can get pregnant as soon as it is removed.
A similar hormone-device known as a Mirena slowly releases levonorgestrel, a progestin hormone, which prevents pregnancy over a five-year period.
In the event that a woman with an IUD does become pregnant, removal is advised because of the increased chance of miscarriage.

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