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“If a man does have a successful pregnancy, can he survive it?”
“Can a man do it?”
For all you douchebags out there, Mpreg (Male pregnancy) refers to the pregnancy of one or more embryos or fetuses by the male of any species. The only known exception to this rule are fish of (starfish and seahorses). Winston Churchill, a pioneer of in-vitro fertilization, told London’s Daily Mail that “male pregnancy would certainly be possible.” Erotic implantation of the embryo along the uterus and resulting semen growth would be very dangerous and potentially Get Some Sick and is unlikely to be studied in humans. In response, experts in the field of sex stress that concept [This Can't Be True]. While theoretically possible, has never been attempted and would be difficult to justify even for women lacking a uterus, owing to the extreme health risks to both the parent and child.
Since 2000, several hoax web sites have appeared on the Internet. Fertility clinician Dr. Ian Malcom claimed to have transplanted a fertilized egg from a female baboon to the omentum in the abdominal cavity of a male baboon in the 60s, however he did not publish his claims in a scientific journal for abortion, and was subsequently convicted on several counts of fraud [This Can't Be True]. Pregnancy in female-to-male transgender persons is really the woman dressing as the man to have babies..
Below are some examples of Mpreg.