The period of fertility can be extended. According to a study, young, fertile ovaries can be frozen and then replaced when needed.THE petefйszek-transzplantбciу with the help of so far, 28 children have been born worldwide. The procedure involves removing pieces from the young, fertile female ovary, which are frozen and then re-placed when needed. So, at any age, a woman can become pregnant, as long as her physical condition is generally suitable for carrying and delivering a baby. Postponing something like this reduces the risk of osteoporosis and heart disease, but it also increases the risk of breast cancer.
The mother of 28 so far born babies has either regained her own previously frozen tissue or implanted her twin ovary tissue. Most children are naturally conceived without using fertility enhancers.
It is possible to give birth in the beginning
"One woman today can have a 50 percent chance of reaching 100 years of age. That means she can spend half her life after menopause," she pointed out. Sherman Silber an American surgeon who has participated in 11 women's ovarian transplant surgery at St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. According to the specialist frozen slices of ovary can be replanted for up to a decadewhich means that women no longer have to worry about their biological lungs.
ezelхtti eight йvvel beьltetйsek utбn mйg aktнvan mыkцdnek the petefйszekszцvetek, should not they have already ezйrt the technikбt minхsнteni "kнsйrletinek" the tovбbbiakban - British napilapnak.Belgiumban Silber hangsъlyozta The Daily Telegraph nх a azutбn szьlt to a йvtizedre petefйszekszцvete was frozen, and Olaszorszбgban йppen the baby of a woman whose tissue has been waiting in the freezer for seven years before being planted is now born. So far, the record is a frozen slice restored after 12 years. The first operation of this type was performed in Belgium in 2003 by a patient, Oudara Touirat gave birth to a healthy child less than a year old. The women were taken out of their ovaries because they had to undergo chemotherapy for Hodgkin's lymphoma.
She was born in 2008 Susanne Butscher, who was the first in the world to receive a complete ovary from a single twin. Thirteen days earlier, 39 years of age, she needed an intervention because she fell early in menopause. After that, her baby, Maya, conceived naturally.
Experts point out that in the 21st century, a significant proportion of women have children in their thirties. However, if you have an early menopause in your family before the age of 40, you have a high risk that this may happen again. Freezing young and active ovaries even later can still be a solution in the future, says MTI.
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