News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. For many women, pregnancy is a joyous time – planned or unplanned – but for one woman, it was a time of heartache and disbelief.  Megan Nichole had just graduated from pharmacy school and was in the middle of a fellowship programme when she found out she was pregnant. The issue? She’d had the copper coil (IUD) – a form of contraception -  for four years so when her period was late and her test returned a positive, she was left completely shocked. She and her partner hadn’t planned on having a child for at least a few more years – in fact, they weren’t even engaged or living together at the time. Telling her story to Huffington Post, Megan recalled her first doctor’s appointment, where the doctor performed an ultrasound to found out why or how she had fallen pregnant to begin with. He said, perhaps the IUD had moved out of position or dislodged. But when he did check, it was where it was supposed to be – no one knows why it happened. She recalled: “He said, perhaps the IUD had moved out of position ...