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The first born baby was born in Brazil because of a transposed uterus

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Paris (AFP). – Thanks to donated transplanted uterus, the first baby in the world is placed on a sterile woman.


A year ago the The Lancet scientific magazine reported on Wednesday.

Four months later, the baby was good, compared with 7.2 kg and in 2016, according to the University of Sao Paulo, transplanted, confirmed that her mother was still not infected.

After more than ten unsuccessful attempts in the United States, the Czech Republic and Turkey, the transplantation of the uterus from the donor was the first time that would give birth.

It is also the first in Latin America to be born with uterine transplantation.

In 2013, 39-year-old transplantation was performed in Sweden, 11 of which gave birth to the patient.

"In Turkey, the only pregnancy after post-orthopedic transplantation was in Turkey in 2011 and has fallen low," said Dr. Sardjan Saso, London Imperial College's Department of Obstetrics.

According to the London-based obstetrician-professor Andrew Shennan, "it opens the way for charity assistance" in the context of the post-operative status of other organs, which "is related to" live donors "or" adoption or surrogate mother ".

Ten hours of work

The operation was carried out in September 2016. The mother who received the uterus was 32 years old, and this was called an inexplicable condition called Meyer-Rokitansky-Kyuster-Hauer syndrome. Before transplantation, she was injected in vitro fertilization (IVF).

The body came from a 45-year-old woman who died of stroke and multiple organs (heart, liver, kidneys), Rh positive.

The operation lasted 10.5 hours, and subsequently, immunosuppressive treatment was undertaken to prevent the body from receiving the body.

Five months after the transplantation, the woman was in the first place. Two months later, the pregnancy started by giving the embryo.

It was developed without difficulty and the baby was born with a cousin on the 36th week of December 15, 2017, but was soon considered physically accessible to doctors.

The boy weighs more than 2,550 pounds and has a good health. The fetus has been eliminated in the umbrella section to prevent the immunosuppressive treatment, so it is very difficult for the patient. The boy and his mother left the hospital three days later.

The authors of the study emphasize that post-mortem transplantation can open new opportunities, as many countries already have this kind of donations.

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