Doctors in Cleveland, Ohio, have begun vetting male applicants for a trial which involves a uterus transplant.
Dr. Karine Chung, director of the fertility preservation program at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine, as saying, “My guess is five, 10 years away, maybe sooner.”
According to Chung, “Male and female anatomy is not that different.” At some point, someone “will figure out how to make that work,”
The doctor went on to say that men could “carry a baby to term, and give birth.”
Some forms of medicine already can suppress male and introduce female hormones in transgender women, causing the breasts to lactate and obtaining “surgically constructed vaginas that include a ‘neoclitoris,’ which allows sensations.”
Dr Chung went onto say that “biological women have vasculature needed to feed the uterus with blood, pelvic ligaments designed to support a uterus, a vagina and cervix, and natural hormones that prepare the uterus for implantation and support the pregnancy.”
How many men do you think would give birth if they could?