A new surgery could allow transgender women to become pregnant.
A clinic in Ohio recently started screening women for the ground-breaking procedure, which would allow women to transplant their uterus into a woman who doesn’t have one.
The transplant could be conducted on a woman ‘born without a uterus, or who had it removed or have uterine damage’ – this would make trans women eligible for the procedure.
After the recipient has had a child or children, the uterus could then be removed, meaning the person would no longer have to take anti-rejection medication.
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