A doctor in India is “very optimistic” that he could carry out a womb transplant that could enable transgender women to carry a baby. “Womb transplants have been performed all over the world, with more than 70 procedures carried out so far,” an April 2021 report from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists states. “At least 23 babies have been born as a result, demonstrating that womb transplants can work.
While the procedure offers a different option to adoption and surrogacy, it is associated with significant risks, including multiple major surgeries and the need to take medications that help to dampen the immune system to prevent rejection of the womb.
To date there has been a 30% risk of a transplant being unsuccessful.” The first successful transplant of this kind took place in Sweden in 2014, with one in the US taking place two years later.
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