10 pregnancies in 10 belly donors attempted another 10 times, but they did not get it or they did not make mistakes.
In the case of living donors, the success rate is higher. Up to 11 babies have been born in the world in the transplanted uterus. Sometimes the recipient was the mother of one's own.
All that happened between 2016 and 2017 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. 32-year-old mother was born without humor and was a 40-year-old woman, the mother who had been three times and was killed by the stroke.
The recipient has a Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, which affects an average of 4,500 women in the world and does not adapt to the vagina, uterus, or stomach.
But his ovaries were in good condition, so that doctors could get eggs and extract sperm from their father's future. Then they were frozen.
At the time of the transplant, the future mother had to take medication that weakens her immune system. In this way he tried to prevent his body from being abolished in the uterus.
About six months after the transplants, the woman started again. Shortly afterwards, they inserted embedded oocytes and became pregnant.
Pregnancy was successful and she usually followed. Nine months later, on December 15, 2015, a weight of 2.5 kilograms was born in limestone with 2,500 kilograms.
"The first transplant was a medical milestone for uterine survivors, and the woman could have matured due to birth due to appropriate donors and the necessary medical facilities," said Dr. Dani Ejzenberg, Hospital das Clínicas, Sao Paulo.
But he himself admits that live uterine donors are very rare, and that they are the family or friends of the creditor, so the success of pregnancy is important in the uterus of the dead donor.
Dr. Srdjan Saso, at Imperial College London, said the results were positive.
Source: BBC World