The last time I checked, the womb was not a vital organ or appendage, and unlike a face transplant, getting a new womb will not propel you from living life as a freak to having a normal quality of life like a new face would.
In the case of womb transplants, surgeons are only planning to keep the donor organ in place for one or two pregnancies before removing it again.
With all the options of surrogates and adoption out there, why would any woman be so self centered and selfish as to insist that she be the one to give birth to a child? It's not the pregnancy that makes someone a mother - it's the nuturing and raising of a child that does.
The risk of rejection, danger to the fetus, and the effects of anti-rejection drugs seem far too high a price to pay to undergo such a serious surgery - not to mention the risk to the baby.
And because this would be elective surgery at best, I sure hope insurance companies don't cover it!