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10 First US Baby Born To a Woman Transplanted With a Womb Received From Deceased Donor

Even though there are diseases which may be fighting back against the new cures, still in other parts of the medical world, there are advances that give us reason In a first of its kind, the Cleveland Clinic has actually managed to successfully deliver a baby born to a woman who is a womb transplant donor from a

deceased person and this is an amazing feat that gives hope to several women unable to conceive because of womb issues.

1. An earlier feat was unsuccessful

The Cleveland Clinic had tried the same feat earlier in 2016 but was unsuccessful. At the time, the donor had acquired a bacterial infection that went undiagnosed and so the womb had to be removed before pregnancy could have been possible. Since then there have been several women who have delivered babies after receiving womb transplants from living donors.

2. One in 500 women is infertile

Almost one in 500 women who are at the age of bearing children is being affected by infertility because of uterine factors. Uterine transplants are a boon for such women who are given a chance to give birth and more than a dozen till date have been recipients of the method These, however, are wombs donated by living donors who do not want children or can no longer have any.

3. The first time a baby girl was born from transplantation of uterus from deceased donor

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4. Several possibilities and outcomes taken into account

The study had to take in account several possible outcome measure such as the number of successful live births after uterus transplant and IVF (Time Frame: 2 years after transplantation),

full-term Cartesian section births after IVF followed by uterus transplant, pregnancy complications after IVF transplant, hypertension, per-ecclesial, intrauterine growth restriction, premature rupture of membranes, preterm delivery, intrauterine fetal demise, rate of neonatal complications, birth defects, perinatal infections, low birth weight, neonatal death, neonatal intensive care unit admissions.

5. The procedure took place in 2017

The procedure involved a huge team of Cleveland Clinic surgeons and took place in 2017. It was a mammoth task that would have been regarded successful only after all of the above considerations were overcome.

In 2018, the woman became pregnant through the method of IVF.

6. Five successful womb transplants

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7. The concept of womb transplant is not new but was not successful either

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8. What the lead surgeon had to say

Transplant surgeon Andreas Tzakis MD, Ph.D. said ‘It was amazing how perfectly normal this delivery was, considering how extraordinary the occasion,’ said Cleveland Clinic transplant surgeon Andreas Tzakis, MD, Ph.D. ‘Through this research, we aim to make these extraordinary events, ordinary for the women who choose this option. We are grateful to the donor and her family, their generosity allowed our patient’s dream to come true and a new baby to be born.’

9. The unique factor of this event

Transplant surgeon Andreas Tzakis MD, Ph.D. said ‘It was amazing how perfectly normal this delivery was, considering how extraordinary the occasion,’ said Cleveland Clinic transplant surgeon Andreas Tzakis, MD, Ph.D. ‘Through this research, we aim to make these extraordinary events, ordinary for the women who choose this option. We are grateful to the donor and her family, their generosity allowed our patient’s dream to come true and a new baby to be born.’

10. How it works

The uterus transplant method is meant to be life-enhancing and not life-saving. It results in one to two live births after which the uterus is removed and then disintegrated. This means the procedure is meant only for a woman to conceive after which she will remain without a uterus. By July 2019, more than a dozen babies have been born by transplanted uterus method of live donors.

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