Multiple Sclerosis and Family Planning – A Toolkit for Women with Multiple Sclerosis
Misconceptions about family planning with multiple sclerosis (MS) persist, according to a recent survey of women aged 25–35 years diagnosed with relapsing forms of MS (RMS) in the last five years. Eighty-eight percent of survey respondents (n=1,000) were concerned at diagnosis they would not be able to have children, despite studies that show they are […]
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