Eight female lung transplant recipients, all of whom became pregnant after transplant, were reported to the National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry from US transplant centers. Outcomes of the 8 pregnancies were 4 live births, 3 therapeutic abortions, and 1 spontaneous abortion. Three of the 4 newborns were premature, with low birth weight (< 2500 grams). Rejection during pregnancy occurred in 3 pregnancies (38%). All 8 transplant recipients reported at least 1 complication during pregnancy, including shortness of breath, rejection, and infection. Two of the 4 deliveries were by cesarean section. At follow-up, all children were developing well with no residual problems. Female lung transplant recipients may face higher risks during pregnancy than other solid organ transplant recipients.