In order to answer this question, you need to define the concept as "immaculate conception" - a religious concept concerning conception either in a seedless manner, or conception, in which the original sin does not pass to the child. In any case, for conception, it is necessary that the father's cell (sperm) fertilizes the mother's cell (egg), because without them, the origin of human life is not possible. Because there is no seedless way of conception, therefore, this question can be answered no, and again no!
And what, in your understanding, is the immaculate conception?
The immaculate conception, in Christianity, means one in which the soul (spirit) and the body that reappeared do not inherit the damaged nature of their parents. Damage to the nature of parents as a result of the fall of Adam and Eve. Expressed in the fact that the free will of people became easily prone to wrong choices. The fact that people have ceased to easily distinguish between good and evil, have ceased to see the distant consequences of their decisions.
Is such a conception possible within the framework of the laws of nature? No, it is not possible, and science does not touch on the spiritual spheres, therefore it is impossible to argue about this with evidence.
Catholics, for example, believe that in addition to the Immaculate Conception of Jesus Christ, which is without male seed (Virginalis conceptio), immaculate there was the conception of the Virgin Mary (Immaculata conceptio), whose parents were ordinary people - Anna and Joachim.
And so, in principle, now there is more or less confidence that parthenogenesis in mammals can be organized.
I hope you've heard about the term "in vitro fertilization"? This is the immaculate conception in a modern way, by the way, it is quite a common thing in our time.
My periods were irregular. Then the ultrasound showed hypoplasia. The gynecologist made an appointment for an OC. 5 months after taking it, I lost my virginity, is it possible that everything has become in order and hypoplasia has been cured?