Can a man become pregnant and deliver a child?may be the answer is yes.

@humbleme (1004)
India
September 9, 2007 8:10am CST
Hello friends, hahahaa the breaking news is in very near future medical research will be able to make a man pregnant and this news will be official in right time as the experiments are successful with succesful delivery of a child from a mans womb hahahahaha.Nope this isnt a joke hahahaha. A reasearch hospital was carrying out their experiments with Govt permission.This technique involves just five steps. Step 1 Administration of female hormone in certain proportion and ratio inside the man. Step 2 Implanting embryo and placenta using IVF techniques(toinduce a ectopic pregnancy)into the abdominal cavity just under or the peritoneum . Step 3 growing the embryo with certain medication and techniques. Step 4: Growth of foetus duration same as women Step 5: Delivery of the baby in Cesarean Section. hahahaha, so my friends whats your opinion on this? are you angry or happy by the progress of medical science hahahahahaa
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• Kottayam, India
9 Sep 07
What God has made is correct anything else will not work.
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@humbleme (1004)
• India
10 Sep 07
Hello elshaddai123,Thanks for your response.This is almost the same technique that are done in case of test tube babies incase of infertile female patients,only the difference is instead of uterus the embryo and the placenta is implanted in the abdominal cavity in a man in certain techniques and it has worked with 100 percent success with the delivery of a 100 percent healthy normal baby lol.
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@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
28 Oct 08
Well, that is a very interesting though, Humbleme. The only way I see this could be possible is for a man to have a uterus. I don't see the way you mentioned ever working because without a uterus nothing is possible. But, I could be wrong and your way might work. The only way to find out for sure is to carry out your experiment and see for sure. Do we have any volunteers?!! That'd be a good one.