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Although Thomas's pregnancy challenges the norm, Dr. James says there is no cause for alarm. "People say, 'Is this baby going to be abnormal or anything like that?' This baby's totally healthy," she says. "I consider it an average pregnancy."

Dr. James also says Thomas's hormone levels are normal. "Thomas has obviously done a lot of research on this as well and is very intelligent about it," she says. "He's been off testosterone for two years before even trying to conceive."

As Thomas's belly continues to grow, his pregnancy becomes harder to hide from friends and neighbors. "Getting dressed is becoming more and more challenging," he says. "My body's changing so rapidly, I just can't keep up with it."

For now, Thomas says he has a pair of "fat jeans" he can get by with. "Unfortunately, they don't make man-ternity clothes, so I'm kind of stuck. I have no idea what I'm going to wear in the future when I get bigger."
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FROM: First TV Interview: The Pregnant Man
Published on January 01, 2006

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