pregnancy

MS is most often diagnosed between the ages of 20-40, the age at which many people may be thinking of starting, or extending, their family.

For most women, multiple sclerosis does not make any significant difference to their pregnancy.

Are any DMDs safe to take whilst trying to conceive and during pregnancy?

Consultant neurologist, Ruth Dobson talks through which disease modifying drugs are safe to take whilst trying for a baby and during pregnancy.

Does pregnancy have an impact on relapse rate?

Consultant neurologist Ruth Dobson discusses whether women with MS can go into remission during pregnancy and if relapses are more likely after the birth.

Can women with MS breastfeed?

Consultant neurologist Ruth Dobson explains why it is safe for women with MS to breastfeed.

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