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Monday, 21 January 2019

First Man To Give Birth Warns Other Men To Stay Off

The first man to undergo child birth in the UK has others who has plans of doing it because it is extremely hard.

Hayden Cross who made a guest appearance on Lorraine recently, talked about advantages and disadvantages of males giving birth.

Hayden revealed he had decided to pause his transition and become pregnant after the NHS wouldn’t freeze his eggs. He became the first man to give birth when he successful delivered his baby girl called Trinity-Leigh.

Hayden who gave birth last year revealed in the interview that he is thrilled to be a father but would advise men not to venture into it.

He said:
 “I don’t think I was ready at the time, 100 per cent but now everything’s just gone to plan, fell into place and getting on great.
“I’m not going to lie it was really strange and there was a lot of emotions and a lot of feelings and I wouldn’t advise anyone to do it cos it was really hard but if you do make sure you seek the right support.“The NHS now actually support people with it.”
 Trinity who is the first child to be born by a man was also present in the studio but wasn't on-screen for long as she irritated after an early start.

Baby Trinity was given birth via a C-section and Hayden explained it was the preferred but difficult option.

Despite the difficult journey “it’s been great”, adding “I’m happy and my daughter is happy and that’s all that matters”.
He added: “We’re really close to my mum as my mum had a little boy around the same time.
“Our relationship is so much stronger now, I think it brought us together so it’s really positive.”
Of the tough pregnancy he said: “It was a really big battle but it was a battle worth it.
“I’ve had my top surgery done already and can have my bottom surgery when I’m ready.
“I want to go back to work eventually I want to try to set up my own business so in the future I can pass it down to Trinity.
“I need to make sure I’m living the right life and the good life for her.”
Hayden was brought up in Gloucester with his parents, sister Sky and brothers Jordan and Robert in a three-bedroom home.
The 21-year-old was on the NHS gender transition process, which costs an average of £29,000, and had been taking male hormones ahead of an operation to remove his breasts and ovaries.

But after finding a sperm donor on Facebook, he fell pregnant.
Now he has had his top surgery and plans to have his bottom surgery when he is ready.
Hayden said he was bombarded with death threats from around the world after going public with his pregnancy. He said he was trying to ignore “hundreds” of sick threats sent to him over social media – some from as far as India and Australia.
The 22-year-old said: “I have the best thing in the world now – they only have hate.”

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