I was just dx in July with monosomy turner syndrome. After the doctor told me that she sent me for many tests, one of which was an echocardiogram, where they found that I have bicuspid aortic valve. My cardiologist said that everything looks fine, but the reproductive endochrinologist said that I should not risk getting pregnant, due to the high risk of aortic dissection. Does anyone know if this is a high risk or have any other info that might be helpful.
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