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Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease

Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Treatments | National Heart Centre Singapore

Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease - What it is

The incidence of congenital heart disease in Singapore is 0.8 per cent of total live births. In the past few decades, improvements in modern medicine have increased the survival of congenital heart disease patients. Thus, it is expected that there will be more patients reaching reproductive age and have the opportunity to consider starting a family. 

There are specific issues that women with congenital heart disease need to be aware of, especially if they are intending or already are pregnant.

Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease - Symptoms

Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease - Preparing for surgery

Pregnancy and Women with Congenital Heart Disease - Other Information

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