According to the Turner Syndrome Clinical Practice Guideline, “Spontaneous or assisted pregnancy in TS should be undertaken only after thorough cardiac evaluation. Alarming reports of fatal aortic dissection during pregnancy and the postpartum period have raised concern about the safety of pregnancy in TS (65). If pregnancy is being considered, preconception assessment must include cardiology evaluation with MRI of the aorta. A history of surgically repaired cardiovascular defect, the presence of BAV, or current evidence of aortic dilatation or systemic hypertension should probably be viewed as relative contraindications to pregnancy. For those who become pregnant, close cardiology involvement throughout pregnancy and the postpartum period is essential.” (http://press.endocrine.org/doi/pdf/10.1210/jc.2006-1374)
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