Do dwarfs get pregnant? Some of you may have that question running in your mind. Actually, they do get pregnant. I mean, they are human beings too right? They have all the human components in them, it is just that the have a certain condition called dwarfism which stunts their growth. But then, it does not stop them from getting pregnant as women.
As a woman, you have what it takes to get pregnant and give birth. The only time this becomes impossible is if you have a problem with your reproductive system. Sometimes medical help could help solve the problem, other times you may just have to live with it.
Dwarfs also get married. They fall in love, not only with fellow dwarfs but even with normal growing people. They lovers walk down the aisle and the next thing, they start reproducing. It is just a normal thing.
For those of you may not have ever seen pregnant dwarfs before, see some photos of them below:
Photos credited to Pinterest, Wikimedia Commons.
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