Robot gives woman hope of a baby in India
Times of India

Mumbai: Surat resident Sunita Prajapati isn’t a lover of hightech, but she is aware that she has much to thank it for. After all, a robotic arm fixed her almost rare problem—two small uteri instead of one normalsized uterus—with little/minimum blood loss and lower than-usual recovery time.
Now, she and her husband Rajesh are optimistic about starting afamily this year. The couple was distraught when Sunita suffered her fourth miscarriage in June 2011. The 35-year-old would lose her baby spontaneously within the first three months of conceiving. “We thought it was a curse,’’ they said.