Mother-to-daughter uterine transplants have been conducted for the first time ever in the world, reveals a recent report. The news came into light on Tuesday when researchers from the Gothenburg University announced the same.
However, a transplant was previously also conducted in Turkey in the year 2011, but it is first time that two women from Sweden received the same from their mothers.
As per the findings, the uterus transplants are new and are helpful for women in conceiving babies. It has been told that a total of 10 surgeons have carried out the operation in a successful manner.
Sahlgrenska University Hospital has told, "One of the women had previously had her own uterus removed after undergoing treatment for cervical cancer. The other woman was born without a uterus. Both women are in their 30s".
Nonetheless, the recipients and donors are tired, they are otherwise well and can move home within a few days. It is being said that the women can now try the IVF with no outside but their own frozen embryos. But, it is just that they need to wait for a year.
It is being said that the procedure details would be out by later Tuesday.
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