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When human male sperm unites with human female egg, a new human offspring’s life starts. Within the first cell is already known the colour of hair,
skin, eyes, male or female, and unique blood type that can be separate from the mother. And yes, she will be carrying a penis if this is a boy. Many embryologists confirm life starts at conception. In doubt? Check out http://sfuhl.org/k_appendix_1.htm, or look to see this very brief footage showing the beating heart that starts around day 18-21 http://www.ehd.org/mp4/homepage2012.mp4

The only use of the uterus is to provide a home for a baby – a child with unique DNA from day 1.

 

In de submenu’s op de volgende pagina’s vindt u prachtige beelden van levende kindjes in de baarmoeder van hun moeder.

 

Op deze pagina andere beelden van een M.D. arts in Amerika. Hij gaf ons persoonlijk toestemming zijn beelden (van miskraam of buitenbaarmoederijke zwangerschap) te mogen delen.* 

Deze afbeeldingen geven een indruk hoe een kind zich in de baarmoeder ontwikkelt.

“All dates listed are from conception, not from LMP. If you want dates from LMP, just add 2”

 

3-4 wk in gestational sac

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3-4 wk

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3-4 wk

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4-5 wk legs

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4-5 wk

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6 wk approximately

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6-7 wk

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6-7 wk in gestational sac

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6-7 wk

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7-8 wk

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8 wk approximately

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9-10 wk

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Wat hij ons erover kon vertellen, zonder privacy wetten aldaar te overschrijden [HIPAA = Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act]:

“[A]ll of the specimens examined were admitted to a [USA] hospital. All procedures were not elective. All of the specimens were spontaneous losses (mis carriage) or were ectopic pregnancies… none are elective terminations. All were examined at the request of the attending physician for Pathological evaluation.

In addition all of the images have been posted in an anonymous fashion so that no patient identification is present in the image or as a part of the image name.”