As we previously reported, the first child has been born following womb transplants (Lancet 385; 607-616, 2015). The first clinical trial on uterus transplants commenced in 2013, and included nine women. The outcomes at 6 and 12 months have already been published (Fertility and Sterility 101; 1228-1236, 2014 and Fertility and Sterility 103; 199-204, 2014). Of the 9 transplants, the wombs had to be removed within 4 months on two occasions. A study has now been published that evaluated possible psychological problems in the uterine recipients and their partners one year after the transplant (Fertility and Sterility 104; 1010-1015, 2015), finding that the recipients were psychologically stable, both at the start of the trial and 12 months later.
La entrada The psychological effects of womb transplants are evaluated aparece primero en Observatorio de Bioética, UCV.
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