India's first uterus transplant recipients pass critical rej
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The two women in their early 20s who received uterus from their mothers in the country's first two uterus transplant procedures have passed the critical period of the first eight days when the chances of organ rejection is the highest.

Acute rejection of the organs can take place in the first 48 hours while the delayed rejection can take place in the next 7-8 days. Both of which milestrone, the patients have crossed very well. Six months from now their already frozen embryos will be used to impregnate them. The recipients are currently being given immunosuppressants to ensure that they don't reject the organs. This dosage will be reduced by the sixth month following which they will be able to get pregnant.

http://www.dnaindia.com/health/report-india-s-first-uterus-transplant-recipients-pass-critical-rejection-period-2453854
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