According to theBloom's Syndrome Foundation, puberty in people with Bloom syndrome occurs at the usual age and sexual interests and activity are normal. This resource, along with others, indicate that women with Bloom syndrome may have reduced fertility, but several women have become pregnant. Eleven women with Bloom syndrome (followed through the theBloom Syndrome Registry) have become pregnant at least once; seven of them have delivered a total of eleven healthy babies of normal size. It should be noted that the reproductive span may be shortened in women with Bloom syndrome because menopause tends to occur unusually early.
Last updated: 3/31/2014
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