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Alice Skye:
It won't be long now before the first transwoman receives the same...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-46438396

But for those who engage the TERFs in battle... pay particular attention to: "The recipient had Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, which affects about one in every 4,500 women and results in the vagina and uterus (womb) failing to form properly."

By James Gallagher
Health and science correspondent, BBC News

Linde:

--- Quote from: Alice (nym) on December 08, 2018, 05:07:48 am ---It won't be long now before the first transwoman receives the same...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-46438396

But for those who engage the TERFs in battle... pay particular attention to: "The recipient had Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, which affects about one in every 4,500 women and results in the vagina and uterus (womb) failing to form properly."

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I think it is a pretty long ways away for most trans women.  One cannot forget that most of our biology is still that of a male.  We neither have the proper pelvic cavity and skeleton arrangement, and we also have not the blood vessels in place to supply a womb with the blood needed.
Most of us need all kinds of surgery to get the outside appearance of a female, but our inside is as male as our outside, and to change the inside is way more complicated than changing the outside.
One shall not forget that the woman mentioned in this article was a cis woman with some genetic problems!

Some intersex women (MtF) have been found to have a womb and ovaries that are very tiny and shrunk.  Those women have a better chance to undergo such a transplant and possibly grow a baby in it.
I am intersex, I do't know if I have small internal female organs, but even if I had them, my pelvic are seems to be more male than female, and I would not know how a baby could grow inside of me, just because of sheer space needed!

Lisa89125:
I've wondered the same about my self. Things are smaller than they should be down stairs. Would be kinda cool if I did have really tiny female parts hidden inside.

I am waiting for ovaries to be a possibility. Our hormones would be more naturally regulated if own body made and controlled their production.

Lisa

Linde:

--- Quote from: Aceofblackdiamonds on December 08, 2018, 08:17:49 pm ---I've wondered the same about my self. Things are smaller than they should be down stairs. Would be kinda cool if I did have really tiny female parts hidden inside.

I am waiting for ovaries to be a possibility. Our hormones would be more naturally regulated if own body made and controlled their production.

Lisa

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The chances that you have tiny girls stuff down inside you are there, for the case that you are an intersex person.  Which means, the connecting "lines" should be in place, too.  But is you need a transplant, you still would have to take anti rejection drugs for the rest of your life.
You would exchange one drug for another!

Lisa89125:
It's possible.

The way around the anti rejection medications would be for the parts to be designed from our own biological materials. Sadly I think this technology is years off.

It would be nice to be able to give birth to my own child. However, Without the correct vessels and nerves I don't think we could actually feel any of the pregnancy. That just bothers me in more ways than one. I want to feel all of it. Including the pains of giving birth. Too bad we can't have our pelvic areas made wider and the missing pieces added and linked up. How would the brain reprogram I wonder?

Lisa

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