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Woman To Have Her Own Womb Transplanted Into Her Daughter!

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Just imagine if this works!

Check out the video (above) in which brave mother Eva Ottosson speaks about her plans to have her womb transplanted into her daughter.

If successful, Eva will become the first woman in the world to ever have a working womb transplanted into someone else's body.

We've heard that this procedure has happened once before, but unfortunately the womb didn't take.

We wish Eva and her daughter the best of luck! We'll be crossing our fingers, legs, toes, etc that the transplant is a success!

What do u think about this? Would U give up your womb so a loved one could have a baby?

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22 comments to “Woman To Have Her Own Womb Transplanted Into Her Daughter!”



  1. 1

    Yes



  2. 2

    whatever happened to adoption?



  3. 3

    I just don't know if I can get behind all of this. The world is grossly overpopulated as it is. The fact is…some people are just not supposed to have kids. I believe it's nature's way of regulating the population. I can't have children naturally, & I've accepted that. If I want kid(s) I'll adopt. There are so many children out there that need homes. Stop being selfish and risking your life (whenever surgery & anesthesia is involved death is a possibility) & help out a child in need.



  4. 4

    I'm thinking no!



  5. 5

    hmmm….my question is this….would this woman's womb not be too old to successfully carry a baby to term? I know they say when a woman gets to a certain age, pregnancy is risky for many reasons, and I thought one of those reasons was because the womb becomes "hostile"….if not, then more power to her and her daughter. I wish them both the very best of luck!



  6. 6

    people are so irresponsible. if her daughter wasn't able to have kids, and she tryed, maybe she should really go for adoption. then if the shit works, she'll get pregnant, high high high risk pregnancy, and the risk is higher for the baby who has no input in the decision making proccess of his own creation… so riduculous and unnecessary.



  7. 7

    It's not like the mom is using it any more, so why not?



  8. 8

    Just for the record my yes was more about helping a person have a child rather than birth vs adoption. I am a huge proponent of adoption, but my friends and family have struggled with the system. I had a few that went over seas with $$ (russia/china) which had very intricate and lengthy procedures, and my other friends/family adopting locally just had major legal, cost and personal challenges. Private adoptions came with it's fair share of birth parent issues, and public came with children and family service birth family issues, both took years with no promise of success until the last few months. I hope I am wrong and just have a more red tape filled community than others.



  9. 9

    agree with everyone here, way too many children already in the world that need homes, why put you and your daughter at risk? just adopt



  10. 10

    Why not, less creepy than the grandmother giving birth to her grandchild, right?!



  11. 11

    This is stupid. Use a surrogate.



  12. 12

    …she can't adopt or get a surrogate?



  13. 13

    Adoption!!! Far less dangerous . . . adopt or get a surrogate!



  14. 14

    ABSOLUTELY NOT!!! Adoption is the best bet and the LEAST selfish!!!! Too many kids out there that need love to condone such narcissistic behavior!

  15. @v@ says – reply to this


    15

    This is a huge risk, but as the older woman is done with child bearing and can live perfectly well without her womb, and organ transplants have advanced and stand much to learn from the procedure, I think it's pretty incredible. If the daughter succeeds in having her own biological child, it will almost be a miracle and a gift of love from her own mother to her should it succeed. If not, the daughter is prepared to adopt or surrogate as she was prior.



  16. 16

    Re: hover me charlie – You are 100% right!!! And same here….I cannot carry to term and have lost three pregnancies trying. I didnt run to in-vetro, or even consider surrogacy or fertility treatments of any kind. I took this as a sign that I am not meant to give birth and acted accordingly by adopting. Now this woman is going to risk her life and that of her childs just to give birth when a baby is a baby and love is love.



  17. 17

    I had an emergency hysterectomy after the birth of my son and I have been waiting for something like this for the last 10 years. There is nothing like being pregnant and having that connection with your unborn. Adoption is a personal choice but it's just not for me. I wish these 2 women luck and I hoping for successful results.



  18. 18

    Oh for christ's sake. Just adopt, people!



  19. 19

    I just don't understand why. There are so many other (more safe) ways to have a child. This cannot be a cheap procedure either.
    What would make them resort to this? It makes me wonder if she is just that desperate to be pregnant as opposed to just having a child.
    I myself am sterile due to having cancer and chemotherapy as a kid. When it comes time for me to start a family, I would love to welcome a child into my arms and family through adoption.

  20. Linny says – reply to this


    20

    I am certainly not using it, so it's up for grabs! If one of my neice's needed it. I would gladly give it to them, as long as it is safe for both of us and any baby to come.
    Adoption doesn't always work for everyone for many reasons, soit's not really fair looking down on people for not doing it. Don't be so judgmental, people!



  21. 21

    EWWWWWWWWWWWW.



  22. 22

    I wonder if the Dr's will install a window so she can have a womb with a view? Will the carpet match the drapes? Will the daughter, after giving birth, be the baby's sister? Will the baby be a monkey's uncle?