Please speak to your care team for advice on trying for a baby, contraception or HRT
- You may be able to get a pregnant after having a pancreas transplant
- You should wait at least a year before trying for a baby
- For your baby’s safety, your medicines may need to change
- It’s essential that you speak to your transplant team before planning a family
- For contraception or HRT advice, please speak to your care team
Starting a family after a pancreas transplant
If you are a woman of childbearing age you may be able to get pregnant after a pancreas transplant.
For your baby's safety, your medicines may need to change.
Answers to common questions
Discuss your options with your transplant team
It’s crucial that you speak to your transplant team if you’re planning a baby as they can give you specific advice. If you do become pregnant, please let your transplant team know as soon as possible.
Looking for contraception or HRT advice?
If you have any questions about contraception or hormone replacement therapy (HRT), please speak to your pancreas transplant team.