Document Type : Case Report
Epidemiology Department, Royan Institute
Cardiac Surgery Department, Shaheed Rajaei Heart Center
Reproductive Health & Infertility Research Center, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
There is an increased risk of thromboembolism, anticoagulant-related hemorrhage, fetal-wastage and congestive cardiac failure in pregnant women with mechanical heart valves. In order to have a good outcome, the care of such patients must necessarily be multidisciplinary and in a well- equipped centre with adequate support services .One such patient who had mechanical mitral and aortic valves replacement in 2000 receiving warfarin anticoagulant therapy, presented with a first trimester pregnancy by ICSI method in 2006. She remained in stable homodynamic state and went through pregnancy without event. Delivery was done by caesarian section at 37 weeks gestation age.
With considering use of warfarin during pregnancy, use of stimulation protocol during ICSI and delivering normal neonate ultimately, this interesting case is presented herein.