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A Transplanted Uterus Offers Hope, But Procedure Stirs Debate
National Public Radio

Lindsey McFarland was born without a uterus. So she and her husband, Blake, created their family by adopting three boys. But they always dreamed that she could somehow become pregnant and give birth to a baby.

“We just wanted that experience,” Lindsey says. “We wanted that connection.”

She longed to feel a baby kick and develop inside her. She wanted the thrill of discovering the gender during a routine sonogram. She even wanted to go through morning sickness and labor.