Nine women in Sweden have successfully undergone transplant surgery that saw them receive donor wombs from their relatives.
This week might not include the most well-known of DVD and Blu-ray releases, but it does feature: 1) a girl who falls in love with Matt Smith and then tries to give birth to him, 2) the deadliest baseball player of all time, and 3) Countess Sexcula. What more do you people want?!
Sharing a small space with another person in real life is already difficult, can you imagine sharing space inside a mother's womb? Insane! But twins do it all the time and they seem to get along quite well after too. But it's not exactly happy go peaches, in this video you can see the twins kicking each other for…
No matter how you slice it, nine months seems like an awful long time to spend cooped up in the womb, even if it is "biologically essential" or "how mammals work." We already know that fetuses kick, stretch, swallow, and even hiccup to pass the time, but sometimes they've just got to yawn.
This is Leyna Gonzalez. When her mother was just 17 weeks pregnant, this ultrasound scan revealed that she had a tumour the size of a peach growing from her mouth. The only way to save her was to remove it while she was still in the womb—a procedure that had never been performed before.
The indie movie Womb — starring the 11th Doctor, Matt Smith — gives us the heebie-jeebies. When a young couple is separated by a sad accident, the lone lover decides there's only one way to rekindle their love — give birth to a clone of her departed. This tale of weird science and quasi-incest is finally coming to…
In its documentary Extraordinary Animals In The Womb, National Geographic captured rare highly detailed images of animals at various stages of gestation. Now you can see fetal dog, elephants, penguins, and dolphins still inside the womb.
While vampire rockers make their way to Toronto, two movies from the future warn us that if the world population gets depleted by a plague, it's best to turn that virus on yourself before you end up dating your brother.
Corey Menscher, in a fit of fatherly devotion, constructed a device that notifies him when his unborn baby kicks inside the womb. Even better, he's training his kid to post on Twitter right from conception.