Question by  David (14)

How are test tube babies formed?


Answer by  Kattie (598)

The fertilization of the egg happens outside of the body. A donor egg and a donor sperm are brought together in an environment that ensures fertilization. The fertilized eggs are then either frozen for later use or implanted into the mother or surrogate mother to develop as usual.


Answer by  sonyacarlson (695)

Test tube babies are formed the same way other babies are formed. The egg and the sperm combine to make a baby but they are meet outside the body.


Answer by  Ladymacbeth1980 (86)

Test tube babies are formed in a lab when a technician fertilizes the egg by hand and then implants the fertilized egg into a uterus.


Answer by  Lolly (18)

Test tube babies are formed when the sperm fertilizes the egg outside of a woman's body, in a petri dish. The fertilized egg is then transplanted into a woman's body.


Answer by  Alethea (20)

An egg and sperm are introduced in a laboratory setting such that the sperm fertilizes the egg. The potential fetus is then transferred into a womb where it grows naturally.


Answer by  jsmith (2067)

A female undergoes hormone therapy to ovulate extra eggs during each cycle. viable eggs are surgically harvested and combined with fresh sperm in a "test tube" containing growth media. Multiple viable embryos are created and usually several are implanted in the mother's womb just like in natural fertilization.


Answer by  John9247 (26)

Test tube babies are formed when sperm from father and the egg of a mother are extracted from the male and female bodies allowing embryonic cell growth to take place.

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