There is very limited information on AMP deaminase deficiency and pregnancy. One case report of a pregnant woman with AMP deaminase deficiency described the pregnancy as normal. In this case there was a spontaneous vaginal delivery without
complication. Uterine contractions were normal (uterine contractions involve smooth muscle and AMP deaminase deficiency does not affect smooth muscle). In this case, the pregnancy did
not affect the course of AMP deaminase deficiency (i.e., it didn't worsen symptoms).
Signs and symptoms of AMP deaminase deficiency can vary. We encourage your loved one to discuss any questions regarding her pregnancy and AMP deaminase deficiency with her healthcare provider.
Last updated: 2/17/2015
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