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First Test Tube baby is pregnant

07/11/2006 at 08:36 AM ET

Istock_000000109026smallLouise Brown, the first test-tube baby, is pregnant.  The 27 year old was married in 2004, and is pregnant with her first child, due in January 2007, reports British media.

Source: The Telegraaf (Dutch Newspaper)

Thanks to Dutch correspondent Natasja.

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Autumn on

Oh I wondered if that would happen eventually. :D Congratulations to Louise and her husband.

Still I wonder how easy it was for her to concieve, since obviously her parents needed help back in 1979 or so. ;)

Karen on

And now the circle is complete sort of. Wow! I am getting old I remember when she was born.

Andrea on

That’s Great

What do you mean by Test tube Baby ?

Andi

AnnaRose on

andrea: test tube baby means that she was the first baby conceived using IVF.

autumn: according to the news article that I read about this, Louise’s baby was conceived naturally.

Anonymous on

Crazy I was 15 when they were talking about “Test tube” babies and how people were playing God.Truely morden med. is WOUNDERful, and getting better every year.

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