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Cavernous angina

My daughter is 24 yoa and pregnant with her first child. When she was 9 yoa she was diagnosed to have a cavernous angioma locate in the brainstem. She had the hickups for over a week, and an MRI and CT showed a small bled causing the inflamation (inflammation) in the are, which caused the symptoms. Follow ups showed no further bleeding and she did not have further symptoms since.What is the likelihood of having reoccurring episodes now that she's pregnant (7 months along)?
Tags: Cavernous Malformation, Pregnancy, cavernous angiomas
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Thanks so much of your question. Feel free to post in the Neurology and Pregnancy forum

In any case I would share two studies with you and hopefully sheds some light to your question

Hemorrhage of Cavernous Malformations During Pregnancy and in the Peripartum Period: Causal or Coincidence? Case Report and Review of the Literature
http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/547607?src=mp

[Cerebral cavernous angiomas in pregnancy. Two cases and a review of literature].
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7546816

thanks so much!
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