Uterus transplantation is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting a uterus from a donor to a recipient who is unable to carry a pregnancy due to uterine factor infertility (UFI). UFI is a condition in which a woman is born without a uterus, has had her uterus removed, or has a uterus that is not functioning properly.
Uterus transplantation is still a relatively new procedure, and it has only been performed in a limited number of women. However, the results have been promising, and there have been several successful births following uterus transplantation.

There is no evidence that uterus transplantation has been performed in a man. In theory, it is possible to transplant a uterus into a man, but it would require a significant amount of surgery and hormonal therapy. The man would also need to have a vagina created, as men do not naturally have one.

There are a number of ethical concerns that have been raised about uterus transplantation in men. Some people believe that it is unnatural for a man to carry a pregnancy, and that it could be harmful to the child. Others worry that it could lead to men exploiting women or children.

Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to perform a uterus transplant in a man is a complex one that should be made on a case-by-case basis. There are a number of factors that would need to be considered, including the man’s medical history, his emotional well-being, and his reasons for wanting to have a child.

Currently, uterine transplant procedures are primarily performed in cisgender women who are unable to conceive or carry a pregnancy due to various medical reasons.

⦁ As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, there have been no documented cases of uterus transplants in individuals assigned male at birth (transgender men or trans men). This is primarily due to the anatomical differences between cisgender women and trans men, as well as the technical challenges and ethical considerations associated with the procedure.

⦁ It’s important to note that medical advancements are constantly evolving, and new procedures and techniques may emerge in the future. However, at present, uterus transplantation is not a viable option for trans men seeking to have a uterus or carry a pregnancy.

⦁ If fertility or reproductive options are important to you as a trans man, it is recommended to consult with healthcare professionals specializing in transgender healthcare, including reproductive endocrinologists and fertility specialists. They can provide guidance and discuss alternative options such as assisted reproductive technologies, surrogacy, adoption, or other family-building options that may be available to you.