ITP is not an inherited disease, and there are very rare reports of ITP occurring in families (some ITP patients have family members suffering from other autoimmune diseases).
It is possible, your autoantibodies to cross the placenta and rich your baby, leading to a newborn that present at birth with bruises and petechiae, but they disappear in 1 to 2 weeks without serious complication (transient thrombocytopenia).
Most fetuses of ITP mothers (about 90%) have normal platelet counts.
Usually, women with ITP are treated with intravenous immunoglobulin therapy.
Obtaining a cord bloods helps confirming the normal infant platelet count and may be banked as well.