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The first baby born in the U.S. mother’s uterus, the death of the donor
For the first time in the United States, a mother was pregnant and gave birth to a healthy baby after receiving a womb transplant from a deceased donor. The Cleveland Clinic, who oversaw the transplant, pregnancy, and June, was born, as part of an ongoing clinical trial, which, he said, both the baby girl and mother are “doing great.”
“We couldn’t have asked for a better outcome,” Uma Perni, M. D., the Cleveland Clinic and mother-foetal medicine specialist, said in a news release. “It is important to keep in mind, this is still under investigation. In the field of uterus transplantation has been changing rapidly and it’s exciting to see what the options were for women in the future.”
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The mother, who was not identified by the hospital, but it’s in her mid-30s, received a donated womb by the end of 2017, and became pregnant a year later and, by means of in-vitro fertilization. The patient is one of the five womb transplants have been filled by the Cleveland Clinic research team, three of which were successful. The other two transplants have resulted in a hysterectomy.
The baby girl, who has not yet been identified, was born in June, and is “doing great.”
Babies born to women who received a donated uterus to have taken place in the US, but they can never be taken from a deceased donor. A research team in Brazil was announced as their country’s first successful live birth after transplantation of the uterus from a deceased donor in 2018, which is the Dr. Rebecca Flyckt, a reproductive endocrinologist at the Cleveland Clinic, said at the time, was “a really exciting time.”
“This is a proof-of-concept, that is, a deceased donor, it is really a good way to go,” Flyckt told Naples News.
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The team didn’t have to wait too long to get an appointment to come to their own success, as the incredible footage from the operating room shows doctors delivered the baby girl in gb or still in the amniotic sac, through a c-section before the breaking of the amniotic sac is open.
“It’s amazing to see how perfectly normal this episode was, given how special the occasion,” said Andreas Tzakis, M. D., D. Ph., to the hospital for the transplant surgeon. “Through this research, we want to make this special events just for the women who choose this option. We are grateful to the donor and his / her family, and their generosity allowed our patient’s dream come true, and with a new baby to be born.”
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The team is looking forward to expanding the trial to a total of 10 women between the ages of 21 and 39 years of age. Two of the currently registered and pending in embryo transfers after undergoing a successful transplant.