Biological Man Wants A Womb Transplant to Get Pregnant and Have a Baby
July 27, 2021
Jessica Alves has revealed her plans to undergo a womb transplant so she can fall pregnant, even though the procedure has never been undertaken on a transgender woman.
The TV personality, 37, who underwent sex reassignment surgery in February, revealed she is hoping to have the groundbreaking surgery as she becomes more and more desperate to have a child.
It came as Jessica also offered a glimpse of eye-popping figure in a series of exclusive snaps after joining the racy subscription site OnlyFans.
….Speaking to Closer magazine, Jessica said: ‘Even it cost a million pounds to have one, I’d find a way to do it. I would love a baby that has my own genes and blood, and I have my frozen sperm so I could use that for IVF.
‘All I wanted was to be a woman and having gender reassignement surgery was the happiest day of my life. But having a womb would be even better – I would feel complete if I could give birth.
‘I would love to have a brood of children. I would make me so happy to be called ”mummy”.’
Jessica said she hopes to become the first transgender woman to have a womb transplant, and is currently speaking to doctors about having the procedure.
Womb transplants, which cost £50,000 per operation, were developed to allow women to carry a baby if they were born without a womb or have had it removed through illness. Roughly 15,000 women in the UK could benefit.
It has been considered that the procedure could be trialled on those who were born biologically male using the organs of dead donors or women who have since transitioned to become men and had their wombs removed.
In 2019 a clinic in Cleveland became the first to deliver a healthy baby that was carried to term in a womb transplanted from a dead donor.
Prior to this, more than a dozen women had given birth after womb transplants, mainly from living donors.
In 2019 it was reported that experts were investigating whether a womb could be transplanted into a transgender woman who was born male.
Writing in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the scientists said it would be perfectly possible to put a womb into a male body so that they could carry a baby to full-term.
…She said: ‘I am desperate to lose my virginity after my sex change surgery and I have been on the hunt for the right guy, but no luck.
‘I’ve been using Tinder in order to chat to those who are supposed to be a match but I haven’t been very lucky.
‘My account often gets banned because users report me thinking that it isn’t a real profile.