Mayer Rokitansky Syndrome, also known as absent uterus, is a rare congenital disorder which appears in a very small percentage of women. This condition occurs when the embryonic mullerian conducts fail to develop, leading to primary amenorrhea and the absence of a uterus, as well as an internal vaginal canal. Although only 1 in approximately 5,000 suffer from this condition, the symptoms and degree of illness can be quite severe and emotional. If you have been diagnosed with an absent uterus, you may want to consider California uterine transplantation as a solution. At Uterine Transplant, Inc., we specialize in the treatment of uterine abnormalities, including Mayer Rokitansky Syndrome.
A few of the most common symptoms or signs of this disorder include:
Women who have reached puberty or passed the normal stage of puberty with this condition have typically noticed some of the most obvious physical signs. As they develop female characteristics, they may experience discomfort and a gynecologist may suggest further testing. An experienced California uterine transplantation doctor can perform an ultrasound or magnetic resonance to confirm a diagnosis of absent uterus.
This condition is very unique and the treatment must be handled by an experienced doctor. If we determine that you do have this disorder, uterine transplantation may be the answer. The uterine transplant process is quite complex, involving a number of involved steps. Our doctors are passionate about helping individuals with this disorder to experience life with the gift of fertility.