Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a disease manifested by repeated episodes of localized submucosal or subcutaneous edematous episodes, potentially triggered by emotional stress, mechanical trauma, or intake of estrogens. We present our experience managing two parturients with HAE. Multidisciplinary care is essential for planning and executing the specialized care of these patients, and management included extensive planning among obstetric, anesthesiology, and allergy and immunology teams. Pregnancy has been shown to have a variable effect on triggering HAE episodes. First-line treatment includes C1 esterase inhibitor concentrate, which can also be used for prophylaxis in high-risk patients. Neuraxial analgesia is recommended to avoid general anesthesia and was established early in both individuals. Vaginal delivery was well tolerated without need for emergent treatment for angioedema symptoms.