Published in OBGYN and Reproduction Week, August 28th, 2006
According to researchers at King's College Hospital in London, "Infertility is common in women with end-stage liver disease. Successful liver transplant (LT), however, can restore childbearing potential. Controversy exists regarding the most appropriate immunosuppressive regimen and timing of conception following LT."
"We report the outcomes of a review of all pregnancies occurring following LT at King's College Hospital, London, from 1988 to 2004," wrote V. Christopher and colleagues. "Seventy-one pregnancies were recorded in 45 women. Tacrolimus (60%) and cyclosporin A (38%)...
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