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OBJECTIVE: To determine the characteristics and outcomes of pregnancy in women with Turner syndrome. DESIGN: Retrospective 20-year cohort study (2000-20). SETTING: Sixteen tertiary referral maternity units in the UK. POPULATION OR SAMPLE: A total of 81 women with Turner syndrome who became pregnant. METHODS: Retrospective chart analysis. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Mode of conception, pregnancy outcomes. RESULTS: We obtained data on 127 pregnancies in 81 women with a Turner phenotype. All non-spontaneous pregnancies (54/127; 42.5%) were by egg donation. Only 9/31 (29%) pregnancies in women with karyotype 45,X were spontaneous, compared with 53/66 (80.3%) pregnancies in women with mosaic karyotype 45,X/46,XX (P 

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796 - 803


Aortic dissection, Turner syndrome, pregnancy, Cesarean Section, Cohort Studies, Female, Humans, Pregnancy, Pregnancy Outcome, Retrospective Studies, Turner Syndrome, United Kingdom