A day after first uterus transplant, Pune doctors perform another
A day after the first uterus transplant in the country – when a mother has had a hysterectomy to donate her belly to her daughter – doctors said the Solapur-based duo was in stable condition. They also continued the second uterine transplant, during which a 24-year-old woman from Baroda, who has a scarred uterus, was equipped with the womb of her 45-year-old mother.
“This is the first time in the world that the two transplants were performed using laparoscopic surgery for minimal access,” said Dr. Shailesh Puntambekar, director of the hospital. “It took about seven hours to complete the procedure, transplant uterine recovery. Of the galaxy’s attention at the Indian Express.
Baroda’s wife, 24, who underwent surgery on Friday, has been married for eight years. For six of those years, she entered and out of hospitals. According to gynecologist Dr. Milind Telang, the woman had lost two babies after fixed-term pregnancies and had four miscarriages. Asherman’s syndrome (uterus scarring) and uterus did not work for the past two and a half years.
“The second uterine transplant surgery began at 2 pm and was completed before 9:30 pm It is a coincidence that the surgeries were scheduled one after another We had permission from the State Department of Health and the patients were in the hospital For a while, “the doctors said.
“We have to wait another week to check the rejection of the organ This is not under our control.” Said Puntambekar, and added, “There are so many women who want to experience motherhood, but they can not do it because of various problems.” Uterine transplantation is not recommended for everyone. We have always advised our patients to consider other options such as belly renting and The adoption is not so according to intense advice and consent recorded on video, that the transplant procedure is adopted.
“During the first transplant in the world, it took 14 hours to recover the uterus, and we did it in four hours. As a precaution, the recipient of the first transplant remained in support of the ventilator … she was born without a uterus and in The framework of the procedure, is first prepared a bed to order the uterus in his body. Then the blood vessels had to be reached and extreme care, have been granted for vascular anastomosis, “said Dr. Sanjeev Jadhav, heart And the lung transplant surgeon.
This is the first time that Jadhav, a heart transplant surgeon, lung and kidney, undertook two transplants of the uterus. According to Puntambekar, a Doppler test performed on Friday morning showed that the uterine blood supply was normalized.
Dr. Pankaj Kulkarni, a specialist in in vitro fertilization with gynecologist Dr. Neeta Varty, participated in both transplant operations, said that in future pregnancies will be by in vitro fertilization. “… We have already harvested normal ovaries and sperm were removed from their husbands to prepare embryos,” said Kulkarni.