One of the first women in Australia to be born through IVF technology has herself had a baby - by natural means.
In what is believed to be an Australian first, Megan Randal, who as Megan Leslie was Queensland's first baby conceived using in-vitro fertilisation, bore a son, Charley, on June 12.
In another twist, the same obstetrician who delivered Megan and her twin brother 26 years ago also acted as obstetrician for Charley's birth. Dr Doug Keeping delivered Megan and Matthew in March, 1984.
There were fears about whether IVF babies would themselves be able to bear children without difficulty.
Australia's first IVF-conceived baby, Candice Reed, turns 30 on June 23.