Sixty patients with chronic active hepatitis and liver cirrhosis of viral etiology had in the course of the disease a total of 130 pregnancies, that eventuated in labor in 62 (48%), in spontaneous abortions in 13 (10%), and in artificial abortions in 55 (42%) cases. The incidence of preterm labor was 18%, of late gestosis 46%; early detachment of a normally positioned placenta occurred in 2 women, and 3 women suffered an abnormal blood loss. Cesarean sections were carried out in 9% of cases. Perinatal mortality has made up 64.5%. Two babies died within the first months of life of congenital cerebral paralysis. The pregnancy and its outcome did not result in 78% of cases in deterioration of the patients' health status and did not influence the disease development. The authors discuss the policy of management of patients with chronic active hepatitis and liver cirrhosis of a viral origin in pregnancy and labor.