Indian Woman Donates Womb To Daughter Born Without Uterus In India’s 1st Uterus Transplant

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May 20, 2017 – Indian Mother Donates Womb To Daughter Who Was Born Without Uterus In First Surgery Womb Transfer Surgery

A very unique Uterus transplant surgery was carried out in the city of Pune, Southwest India on Thursday the 18th of May.

A 43-year-old woman whose identify wasn’t disclosed donated her womb to her daughter,21, who was born without uterus.

The Uterus transplant surgery carried out at Pune’s Galaxy hospital was successful.

According to the lead surgeon, Dr Shailesh Puntambekar, the surgery took 9.5 hours.

4 thoughts on “Indian Woman Donates Womb To Daughter Born Without Uterus In India’s 1st Uterus Transplant

  1. I was no go school but I sabi wetin be womb. What is womb? Womb is a room where pikin is form. But India is try o. I am not knowing if India is sabi pass away America or America is sabi pass away India. India juju have help them to sabi wetin oyinbo sabi. But Nigeria juju is only use to kill. Nigeria politian is a big belle man weyris doesn’t posibul to full.

  2. What a great love, a mother like her is rare, a good mother will go to any length just to make sure her children r happy, GOD bless u ma

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