Niños-¿De dónde vienen los bebés?

Hacen falta dos cosas para hacer un bebé: un espermatozoide y un óvulo. El hombre fabrica el espermatozoide dentro de su cuerpo y la mujer fabrica el óvulo dentro del suyo.

Tanto el espermatozoide como el óvulo son muy pequeños. De necesitaría un microscopio para poderlos ver. Un microscopio es como una lupa, pero mucho más poderoso.

Cuando el espermatozoide y el óvulo se encuentran, hacen un bebé pequeñito, más pequeño que un granito de sal. El bebé crecerá en una parte especial del cuerpo de la madre que se llama útero. Luego de unos nueve meses, el bebé saldrá como niño o como niña.

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  • Last reviewed on 9/16/2008
  • Dan Sacks MD, FACOG, Obstetrics & Gynecology in Private Practice, West Palm Beach, FL. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network.

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