Mum told she was ‘infertile’ has miracle baby boy after going through IVF alone


Becky Bell, 27 was told that her ‘biological clock was ticking’ and that she was likely infertile due to endometriosis, but that did not stop her from deciding to undergo IVF alone

Becky did not have much time to have a child and decided to undergo IVF alone
Becky did not have much time to have a child and decided to undergo IVF alone

A woman who was told she was likely infertile has had a miracle baby boy after going through successful IVF.

Rebecca Bell, 27, known as Becky, decided to have a baby on her own after she broke up with her partner in July last year.

She had decided to have her eggs examined and was told by doctors that only had few more years to have a child.

Her egg count was low and having being diagnosed with endometriosis in her teens, Becky was deemed to be infertile.

After being informed that her ‘biological clock was ticking’, Becky made the decision to have a baby alone.

After being diagnosed with endometriosis as a teenager, she was told that she was ‘infertile’ due to her low egg count


Rebecca Bell / SWNS)

She yearned to have a family and decided not to allow the lack of a partner prevent her from having a baby.

Becky opted to go down the sperm donor route in an effort to fall pregnant and had her family help her pick out a donor.

She fell pregnant in March 2021 after spending £8,000 on IVF, and welcomed her miracle baby Noah on 24th November.

The shop assistant from Queensland, Australia, said: “It was a big thing seeing him for the first time.

“The nose is definitely the donors but he’s got my frown. He’s the cutest little baby.

“I’d just come out of a relationship so I knew I wouldn’t be able to meet someone new and go through trying for a baby that quickly.

Baby Noah was born in November after a Becky spent £8,000 on IVF


Rebecca Bell / SWNS)

“So, I decided to do it myself and go it alone. I’ve always wanted to be a mum.

“He’s such a content and good baby.”

Despite being told she was infertile, Becky did not let the news deter her from trying to have a child.

“I was really shocked at the news, but I knew I needed to then try for a baby now,” she said.

“I didn’t have time to wait for my perfect man.”

She says she ‘couldn’t be happier’ with her choice to go it solo.

Becky selected a donor from their profiles and had her families help to narrow them down.

“I chose someone who looked like me,” she said.

“But the decider was the donor’s reason to do it as he had a friend who also had endometriosis like me.”

Becky is happy with her decision to be a single mum


Rebecca Bell / SWNS)

In March 2021 Becky had her egg transfer and nervously waited for the results.

“My friends convinced me to do a test four days after and there was a very faint line, so I kept doing two tests a day from then on.

“But it took ages to actually sink in.”

As Becky’s bump started to grow it, the reality of her being pregnant sank in and she found the experience to be surreal.

While Becky was nervous about being a new mum, she said that being a single mum did not make her anxious.

On the 23rd November, she went into labour and she had to be induced when her little boy’s heart rate started dropping.

Becky has taken to motherhood naturally


Rebecca Bell / SWNS)

After over 31 hours in labour, baby Noah was born on 24th November with her mum, Jane, 60, and friend Alicia, 30, at her side.

“They had to suction him out and his cord was wrapped around him,” Becky said.

“They put him on me but he still wasn’t crying.

“Then they pulled him off me and he started crying which was a relief.

“I was nervous to see him but he was such a handsome baby.”

Becky came home with Noah the next day.

“It feels so natural being a mum. I keep looking at him and thinking ‘how are you mine?’

“I don’t regret doing this alone at all. He’s the best.”

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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