The child in the womb of a mother on aggressive medical support has the odds stacked against them.
Roe allows abortions until a fetus is viable outside the womb, around 24 weeks.
Jewish South Africa, especially before my parents left, was a womb.
The womb may become artificial by the end of the century but it will still be the battleground for feminist politics.
Pejic says he knew he looked like a girl from the minute he “came out of the womb and looked in a mirror.”
The womb and the breasts are bound together by very strong sympathies: that which excites the one will stimulate the other.
The ovule or egg is now in the cavity of the womb where we will leave it for the present.
This speaking in the womb may, perhaps, be understood in the metaphorical sense already explained.
But all these events lay as yet darkly in the womb of the future.
The womb of fate is never empty; but no man shall dare to say what is in it till the issue of every moment proves itself.
Old English wamb, womb "belly, uterus," from Proto-Germanic *wambo (cf. Old Norse vomb, Old Frisian wambe, Middle Dutch wamme, Dutch wam, Old High German wamba, German Wamme "belly, paunch," Gothic wamba "belly, womb," Old English umbor "child"), of unknown origin.