Study finds that pregnancy is safe for women with MS

04/7/2011 | Reuters

A meta-analysis of 22 studies, published in the BJOG, found that women with multiple sclerosis experienced flare-ups less frequently during pregnancy and slightly more frequently after giving birth, but the rate of relapses was less than one per year during pregnancy and in the 12 months before and after pregnancy. Researchers found that pregnancy-related risks such as miscarriage and premature birth were not higher in women with MS.

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