This scenario seems extremely unlikely. Female dragonflies purposefully lay their eggs on or near water, because dragonfly nymphs (the “baby” dragonflies) must live in water. A female would be endangering its young by laying eggs on or near humans. Also, very importantly, a bite from a dragonfly does not involve its reproductive system. It is probably impossible for a female dragonfly to somehow implant an egg in something through biting, even if it wanted to.
Dragonflies are predacious only during their larvae phase, which they spend in the water. They do not lay eggs during this time of their life. When they are adults they do not eat, but rather mate, lay their eggs, and die. Dragonflies lay their eggs in the water and never in humans.
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