This Hunk of Wood Might Knock You Up

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fertility statue close up

Photo from ripleys.com

It's a wooden fertility statue, silly. What a dirty mind you have ...

More than 2,000 women, many whose doctors said they would never have a baby, claimed to get pregnant after touching this and another statue acquired from the West African Coast in 1993.

They are now touring around the country, helping to impregnate women everywhere, even those who didn't want to have a baby.

Interested in driving halfway across the country to give it a try? Click for the fertility statue tour dates and locations.

Do you believe fertility statues can help women get pregnant?

infertility, trying to conceive

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Lokis... LokisMama

I believe it. My mom gave me a Kokopelli that she had gotten in Texas when she was out visiting my dad, and I was pregnant within a month. :D (Kokopelli is a native american fertility deity.)

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