Pregnant man Thomas Beatie may have more children By Subhajit Banerjee Last Updated: 10:05AM BST 08/06/2008 The world's first pregnant man has said that he and his wife may have more children in the future. Thomas Beatie, who is due to give birth to a girl in four weeks, said that he was "on top of the world" to be fathering a child. "I feel fantastic," he said in his most revealing interview since falling pregant. "I cannot wait to see my baby's face." Mr Beatie also disclosed that he was inseminated using a syringe supplied by a vet, and that an earlier attempt to get pregnant resulted in a miscarriage. Mr Beatie changed sex ten years ago but kept his ovaries and womb so he could have children. He said the love and support he and his wife Nancy received from friends and families prompted the decision to have more kids in the future. "All the people who really know us and love us, our friends and family, have been incredibly supportive," Mr Beatie told the News of the World newspaper. "So much so we might even have more children. We will just see what the experience is like with our daughter's arrival first and then give it some thought." The couple have also picked a name for their child and have "everything ready to go" with a nursery and diapers lined up in the baby's bedroom. "I'm 36 weeks now and almost due but I feel fantastic. Every day Nancy and I think about how we just cannot wait to hold our daughter for the first time, to finally get to touch her and see her face. The 34-year-old was born Tracey Lagondino who began the process of changing sex, before halting the procedure to allow himself to be artificially inseminated using an anonymous donor's sperm. His pregnancy became public in March, when he was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on her US television programme. The couple have tried for children before but failed. In 2006, he became pregnant with triplets but miscarried under intense criticism from his family.