More recent research into pregnancy and MS has evolved to suggest that it is safe for women with MS to have children. Women with MS are at no greater risk during pregnancy than women without MS, however there are some additional considerations to be made around MS treatments during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
In this webinar, Dr. Nora Fernandez Liguori, presents on recent developments in research around the topic of pregnancy and breastfeeding for women with MS.
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