how the first womb transplant changed a family’s life

NARRATIVE – Deborah, suffering from a serious illness, is expecting her second baby after benefiting from the first womb transplant in France.

«Mom?From the top of his 90 cm, Misha runs, his feet still stumbling, and stomps the floor of their apartment in Cannes. With laughing eyes, the child is a medical achievement, the first baby born after a womb transplant. Deborah (37) reaches out and grabs the little girl with blonde, almost white hair. Even twenty months after his birth, he hears the word “momalways causes a shiver in the young mother. Indeed, for more than ten years she was convinced that she could never have a child.

At the dawn of her majority, when Déborah had never had her period unlike girls her age, the doctors told her she had MRKH syndrome, a rare disease that affects one in 5,000 women from a womb deprived Four letters that sound the death knell for her dreams of motherhood. “When it was announced to me, I didn’t want a child yet, but I dreamed of having one one day. I have always imagined myself as a mother, she trusts, then…

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