Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 10 months ago

What do you think of “shared motherhood” procedure that enables the unborn to move freely from womb to womb without hindrance?

Pregnancy a form of foetal incarceration in the same womb for 9+months. This procedure will help the unborn to move freely.

A British lesbian couple have become the first parents to have a baby carried in both of their wombs in a landmark “shared motherhood” procedure.

Jasmine Francis-Smith gave birth to Otis, their son, two months ago, using an egg that was implanted using IVF after it was first incubated by her wife, Donna.

The treatment offered by the London Women’s Clinic involves one partner contributing and incubating the egg, while the other subsequently carries the foetus.

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3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago
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    I would say if they put this kind of efforts into curing cancer and saving lives, it would be much more appreciated.

  • 10 months ago

    This is stupid, and scary. Imagine the complications, and confusion to the child.

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    Uhh, this is just a really stupid way of saying they did in vitro fertilization without a petridish. In practice, IVF has a high fail rate so this isn't really all that scientific.

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