No, a man cannot conceive a baby on his own. Conception, which refers to the fertilisation of an egg by a sperm, requires the involvement of both male and female reproductive systems.
Conception occurs when a sperm from a man fertilises an egg from a woman during sexual intercourse. The male reproductive system produces sperm, which are released during ejaculation. These sperm travel through the female reproductive tract and, if one successfully reaches and fertilises the egg, conception takes place.
After conception, the fertilised egg develops into an embryo, which eventually grows into a fetus and, if the pregnancy progresses successfully, a baby. This process occurs within the woman’s uterus, where the embryo implants and develops during pregnancy.
In summary, while a man plays a crucial role in the process of conception by providing the sperm, the actual conception and pregnancy occur within a woman’s body. Both male and female contributions are necessary for the conception and development of a baby.
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