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Life after conception #281501 11/18/06 05:00 AM
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After how many months of conception, does the child become alive in the womb? Has this period been established?

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Unless somebody knows the answer to this the debate about abortion is incomplete.

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A human child is known as an embryo up to eight weeks after fertilisation/conception. It is afterwards referred to as a Foetus, from the end of the eighth week after conception to the moment of birth, as distinguished from the earlier embryo.

It is from the eight week that the embryo begins developing features and characteristics of a human infant, as opposed to having been previously indistinguishable from an embryo of any four-legged mammal.....

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This is the purely biological and scientific definition, you understand.

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There is also much debate and discussion as to whether a foetus is born sexless,or born female and then determines whether to 'remain' female or transform and produce male characteristics.... Juging by the amount of discussion in the forum below, the Jury is still out on a technicality....

http://www-unix.umbc.edu/~korenman/wmst/fetus.html


Interesting....
because in the UK, Doctors will not now give the sex of the child to parents before birth, because studies show that specific ethnic groups have a definite inclination to abort a perfectly healthy baby if it's female....

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because in the UK, Doctors will not now give the sex of the child to parents before birth, because studies show that specific ethnic groups have a definite inclination to abort a perfectly healthy baby if it's female....


what you say aove is very true.

I was wondering about life. when do we say that an unborn child is alove?

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i child's heart starts beating at 4 weeks and has brain waves earlyer then that so almost from the start like 2 weeks


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sex is set in the chromasome's it is the sprem that add's the sex and the sex is astablished at concpiton


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Originally Posted By: cdmohatta
I was wondering about life. when do we say that an unborn child is alove?


Depends. I you have have been trying so hard to get pregnant that your every waking moment was consumed with having a child, then your child is alive the second that egg and sperm meet. If you are waking up after a night of unprotected sex with a virtual stranger and you are anxiously awaiting your period, then the questions of life changes significantly.

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The unborn have their own unique DNA from conception. They are Human beings from that point.

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