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A clinical trial will launch in the spring and more than 100 women have been identified as potential recipients of donor wombs.
Womb cancer rates have increased by around half since the early 1990s.
Babies can react in the womb to music "by blinking or moving to the beat.
She said that it was promising for women who need womb transplants but was something that would happen only in specialist centres and would not be widespread like IVF.
She said she still could not believe she is a mother, after discovering at 15 that she had no womb and being told that she would never carry her own children.
Space Womb will be released May 20, 2014 and will be available internationally online and in retail outlets.
Professor Jan Brosens explained, "This is important, because if the lining of the womb is not well prepared for pregnancy you may find that abnormal embryos will implant or high quality embryos will not be supported.
It shows that kids become familiar with the speech sounds of mother's language even in the womb.
For women over 45 or those women who do not respond to treatment, it may be necessary to perform a biopsy of the lining of the womb with a view to further investigation.
Removing the womb removes the source of the infection and continued fluids and antibiotics deal with the residual infection.
Although more women are dying from womb cancer than at the turn of the millennium, survival rates are also increasing.
KARBALA / Aswat al-Iraq: A medical team conducted a first-of-its-kind surgery to remove a womb from the abdomen of a 24-year-old young man, according to a local health official in Karbala on Sunday.
Women with fibroids that distort the cavity of their womb are almost three times more likely to suffer miscarriage in the second trimester of pregnancy than those without fibroids, research suggests.
British doctors say they are a step closer to carrying out the first ever successful womb transplant, the British Broadcasting Corp.
British surgeons are said to be a step closer to carrying out the first-ever successful womb transplant.