Rare successful pregnancy in a patient with Swyer Syndrome

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Objective To report a rare successful pregnancy after fertility treatment in a patient with Swyer syndrome. Design Case report. Setting Herts & Essex Fertility Centre, Cheshunt, UK. Patient(s) A 36-year-old patient with 46, XY gonadal dysgenesis. 31 year old husband with normal sperm analysis. Intervention(s) Chromosomal analysis, Saline infusion sonography, Pipelle endometrial scratch, ICSI using donor eggs, Embryo Transfer, and Caesarean delivery. Main Outcome Measure(s) Successful pregnancy and live birth. Result(s) Successful treatment with donor eggs, pregnancy, and delivery. Conclusion(s) A patient with 46, XY gonadal dysgenesis in a specially tailored fertility program, can maintain a normal pregnancy and delivery.




Taneja, J., Ogutu, D., & Ah-Moye, M. (2016). Rare successful pregnancy in a patient with Swyer Syndrome. Case Reports in Women’s Health, 12, 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crwh.2016.10.001

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