The first woman to become pregnant after a transplant was reported in 1963. Since that time, there have been numerous successful pregnancy outcomes in many types of transplant recipients. However, the safety of pregnancy for individual recipients must include the consideration of risk to the mother, baby and transplanted organ and requires the partnership and support of the obstetrician, transplant team and other specialists.

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