Thomas Beatie, who shot to fame after becoming the first known legal man to become pregnant and give birth, will appear with his three children and his wife, Nancy, on Monday's The Doctors to talk about life in a non-traditional family.
Beatie began life as a woman and legally switched to a male identity, while preserving his female reproductive organs. He made headlines in 2007 after pictures of his bearded face and pregnant belly became public.
Beatie will talk about how people have reacted to the transgendered dad and his family – which includes daughter Susan and sons Austin and Jensen – and also discusses the medical complications that come from years of hormone treatments and bearing three children.
Another problem? Beatie says he's struggled with body-after-baby, and seeks help from the doctors on how to snap back into shape after three kids.
He also may never be a pregnant man again: Beatie reveals he's thinking about getting a hysterectomy.