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Had mitral valve repair. Is it safe to be pregnant?

Hi I am heart patient I have undergone Mitral Valve repair with the ring can I get pregnant or else it will be a life threatening for me please answer my query as I am a girl I have dreams to become a mother but don t know what will be the chances and Consequences if I get pregnant my email id is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Mar 2013
Post mitral valve repair, you can go in for pregnancy now after clearance by your cardiologist.
A repaired mitral valve is generally safe as far as pregnancy goes, of course, there are various precautions and relative risks which will be discussed in concert with the Cardiologist and Obstetrician based on the severity of your disease, success of repair and other complications present in your case.
Also, do not delay your pregnancy, because with time, the condition will only worsen, and pregnancy would be more difficulty.
Have proper pre conceptional counselling with the obstetrician and cardiologist and all the best for your pregnancy.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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