I got pregnant while on birth control – my baby boy was born holding my IUD in his hand

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American woman, 20, who got pregnant while on birth control has given birth to a baby boy who entered the world holding the IUD in his hand.

Idaho-based Violet Quick married her husband John Francis at 19, and they weren’t planning on having a child yet.

However, just one year into their marriage they discovered they were expecting. The newlywed quickly took six additional pregnancy tests to see if she was really pregnant, before doctors confirmed it at the hospital.

Violet and her husband welcomed their healthy baby boy Rudy a week ago when she decided to post the photo on TikTok.

The newlywed quickly took six additional pregnancy tests to see if she was really pregnant, before doctors confirmed it at the hospital.

The photo shows new-born baby Rudy gripping his mum’s IUD – the very device which was supposed to prevent his conception.

In a viral video, which has amassed millions of views, the new mom shared footage of their son clasping her contraception device just moments after he was born.

She revealed that Rudy left even the nurses in shock as they all rushed to see her IUD baby.

‘When all the nurses come in to see a baby with his IUD,’ Violet captioned the video.

‘When all the nurses come in to see a baby with his IUD,’ Violet captioned the video.

In a series of videos, Violet revealed that she decided to take a pregnancy test out of precaution because she had been nauseous for the past two weeks.

She said: ‘So I had my Skyla IUD for nine months before I got pregnant and the reason that I decided to take a test was because I was feeling nauseous for about two weeks and I would just throw up every once in a while.

‘I didn’t know what was going on and so I took a test and it was positive right away.’

She advised her followers to take a test if they were experiencing any symptoms, even if they were on birth control.

She said, ‘I would say if you are having any of those signs of pregnancy or if your period is late to take a test.

‘It’s better to know because there is a high risk of having ectopic pregnancies when you have an IUD, but they work for the most part, someone has to be the .01 per cent and that’s me and my baby,’ she concluded.

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