Why Human Pregnancy To Take 15 Months

@stbrians (16430)
Kakamega, Kenya
February 11, 2017 12:01pm CST
Babies are born without sight and very vulnerable. Nine months seem a short period. Would it have been better if the pregnancy were to take 15 months The baby will have gained sight and would take few months to begin walking What do we say? Pixabay
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@Kandae11 (40115)
11 Feb 17
Nine months is already an interminable amount of time for the woman carrying the baby.
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@mohdovi (1094)
11 Feb 17
Yes Nine months is enough nature knows better than what we think
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
God actually knew that 9 months
@just4him (162021)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
12 Feb 17
Babies are born with sight. Nine months is plenty long enough. Only a guy would come up with an idea to make the pregnancy longer. I was more than ready to get the pregnancy over with at nine months.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
We give God the glory for being a master plan of everything including pregnancy
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@Jlyn10 (11107)
• Malaysia
12 Feb 17
You want to try to carry a baby in your tummy for 9 months to find out? Of course a baby can see when it is born, the images only becomes clearer after a month or so.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
No, I don't want to try. Carrying a human being in the tummy for nine months
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@Jlyn10 (11107)
• Malaysia
15 Feb 17
@stbrians Then why do you suggest for an extra 6 months?
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
15 Feb 17
@Jlyn10 Just a mylot discussion. We have to discuss something, haven't we?
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@Gillygirl (32815)
• Sutton, England
11 Feb 17
No nine months is enough to carry a baby. Mine was late and it was very uncomfortable. I gave birth to a healthy big baby who could walk a year later.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
Sorry about the lateness dear. It is very uncomfortable
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@Gillygirl (32815)
• Sutton, England
13 Feb 17
@stbrians No problem, yes being overdue was not comfortable at all.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
@Gillygirl I feel for moms
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@pureme (1478)
11 Feb 17
Assuming you have carried one baby for the normal 9 month, you will understand better. *smiles *
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
Oh, the mother was not in my mind. Sorry
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@pureme (1478)
13 Feb 17
@stbrians then who will carry the baby for 15 months you are proposing. man?
@msiduri (5714)
• United States
11 Feb 17
Life is full of compromises. This is one of them.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
Wow!
@mohdovi (1094)
11 Feb 17
Nine months is enough put yourself in place of women and think all the difficulties she have to face in those months.
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@stbrians (16430)
• Kakamega, Kenya
13 Feb 17
I agree
@matersfish (6313)
• United States
16 Feb 17
The gestation period in humans is relatively high, compared to some other animals out there, and actually varies by race and ethnicity. But many other animals have much higher gestation periods. Manatees, for instance, carry for 15 months. Camels carry for over a year. Giraffes carry for a year and a half, and elephants carry for nearly two years. Gestation periods are dictated by natural selection; e.g. how long it takes the embryo to develop into a viable fetus that can survive on oxygen and nutrients from milk.