Pre-existing heart disease is rarely an issue in pregnancy – many women who have heart disorders tolerate pregnancy well. However, rare complications that can be life-threatening for both mother and baby are possible. The guidelines are important to publish now, as more women of childbearing age are managing congenital heart disease thanks to improved treatments for it, the publication’s authors say.
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