Argentina and Chile sent pregnant women to Antarctica to have their babies there. All to strengthen their claim on the continent.
A woman gave birth to her own grandchild. 61-year old Cecile Eledge served as the gestational surrogate for her son and his husband, carrying to term a baby created from her son’s sperm and her son’s sister-in-law’s egg. “I just never hesitated,” Eledge said. “It was unconditional love.”
A 60 years old Japanese truck driver found out he was accidentally switched at birth in 1953 at San Ikukai Hospital in Tokyo. His biological parents are rich family & the infant who took his place grew up to be the Head of a Real Estate company. Meanwhile he was raised by a poor single mother.
After discovering a rare tumor on an unborn fetus, a Nigerian doctor removed the baby at 26 weeks, successfully operated on the tumor & put the baby back into the mother’s womb. She carried her daughter full term & both are happy & healthy four years later.
Women often go into labor during storms because of the change in barometric pressure, hence why “storm babies” happen.
A father’s genes promote the baby’s weight in the womb, regardless of maternal health, while a mother’s genes limit the baby’s weight, regardless of fetal health, and a delicate balance is achieved via this conflict.
In 1965 a machine was patented to deliver a baby using centrifugal force. The machine would spin you until the baby came out, and it would be caught in a net.
A blind mom was told that her baby had died during birth. Doctors gave the child, who was very much alive, to a new family.
A black, Nigerian couple living in the U.K. gave birth to a white, blonde, blue-eyed baby that they call the “miracle baby.”