Recommendations for pregnancy should be determined in consultation
with your cardiologist. If right heart function is impaired or
respiratory difficulty is moderate to severe, then treatment should
be obtained prior to pregnancy.
In addition, severe dilatation of the right ventricle presents
the risk of right heart failure and the development of arrhythmias.
Anyone with congenital heart disease, repaired or non-repaired,
should consult with their cardiologist prior to becoming pregnant
to review the risks.