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Prior pregnancy may offer protection from MS

Prior pregnancy may offer protection from MSPublished: 22 August 2022 Having been pregnant reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) according to a new meta-analysis of four studies. The analysis found risk is not affected by the use of oral contraceptives. We know that MS is caused by lots
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Stopping this DMT during pregnancy increases relapse-related disability risk

Stopping this DMT during pregnancy increases relapse-related disability risk Published: 08 February 2022 People with multiple sclerosis (MS) who stop taking Tysabri (natalizumab) during pregnancy have a significant risk of relapse-related disability, a new study has found.  Researchers analysed data of 255 pregnant women from the German Multiple Sclerosis and
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MS does not increase risk of pregnancy complications

MS does not increase risk of pregnancy complications Published: 09 February 2021 A new study has found multiple sclerosis (MS) does not put women at a higher risk of pregnancy complications such as emergency c-section, gestational diabetes, or having a preterm or stillbirth delivery compared to women without the condition. 
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Fewer pregnancies and early menopause increases progressive MS risk

Fewer pregnancies and early menopause increases progressive MS risk Published: 16 December 2020 A new study has linked fewer pregnancies and premature menopause to the likelihood of developing early onset progressive multiple sclerosis (MS). Researchers also found that there was a positive correlation between the amount of pregnancies a woman
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