Hey, if it worked for this woman…
After four years of infertility, all it took was a simple download for 30-year-old Lena Bryce to get pregnant, making her the proud mother of Britain’s very first “iPhone baby.”
Last week we learned that your iPhone can save your life, this week, it turns out that it can create life as well. Bryce, who desperately wanted a child, told The Sun: “It began to weigh heavily on us. We were considering IVF and adoption when [my husband] Dudley gave me the iPhone for my 30th. I typed in ‘get pregnant’ and downloaded five apps.”
The young wife chose The Free Menstrual Calendar [iTunes Link], which highlighted in bright pink her most fertile day. She got pregnant two months after downloading the app, and gave birth on the exact day that it predicted.
Yes, I’ve got my tongue firmly in my cheek. Obviously this simple trick won’t work with everyone. But what the heck, it’s worth a shot, no?by