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Diet and MS
Oct 19, 2013
... Having MS is no picnic. ... (10 replies)
May 23, 2005
... When I was first diagnosed with MS in 2004, my doctor suggested I get on Avonnex. I then told him that I was planning on getting pregnant this year, 2004 which turned into 2005, and he stressed to me that I shouldn't be on any MS medication while I'm pregnant nor while breast feeding. ... (11 replies)
... at my annual checkup in 06, i told my neuro we wanted to have kids. he informed me about having to drop the MS drugs if pregnancy was in the works. after some thought, we decided to go for it. Aug 06 i stopped the pill and stopped the betaseron. ... (2 replies)

... either I try to get pregnant OR get the flu shot. I have not had the flu shot ever, maybe once when I was younger, I always said I wouldn't becasue I didn't want to get sick. ... (6 replies)
Pregancy and MS
Jan 19, 2005
... I've been diagnosed with benign MS last June.. ... (3 replies)
MS Questions
Jan 3, 2008
... heard anything about MS minimizing your chances of getting pregnant. ... (3 replies)
... ad. I had just gotten married...everything happened overnight for me...numb, tingling hands and fingers, heat sensitivity, balance problems...I had no idea about MS or what to expect either.. ... (10 replies)
... is adamant that I stop it. MY MS doctor is ADAMANT that I do NOT stop it. ... (2 replies)
... WOW hotflash....thats AWFUL and I can tell you that Ive been to several different chapters of MS support groups here in NJ and have NEVER experienced anything like that at all !!!! ... (12 replies)
... I am an MS certified nurse. ... (14 replies)
... I was just wondering if anyone with MS had any input about trying to get pregnant. I have been on Betaseron for RRMS over 4 years. I have also been on Neurontin. ... (5 replies)
... If you are on medication for MS, you would need to stop meds before getting pregnant. There is no reason you cannot be a mom again and again. Many women with MS enjoy freedom from MS during pregnancy due to the production of the hormone estriol. ... (10 replies)
MS and pregnancy
Jun 12, 2008
... I have had ms for 3 years and been married for 2. We are starting to try to get pregnant. I haven't heard much from other people with MS about getting pregnant or having children. The only thing my neuro said was to stop my Betaseron which I have for 6 months. Any advice? ... (5 replies)
... OB to get better feedback on that. They do MRIs on pregnant women all the time , however they do use different settings....more importantly, youre on Copaxone. That, you CANNOT get pregnant on. ... (3 replies)
Pregnancy and MS
Oct 17, 2010
... should think it is fine. Otherwise, my advice to you is to finish your studies and then concentrate on your pregnancy. Great stress can be a hindrance towards getting pregnant. ... (2 replies)
MS Questions
Jan 3, 2008
... I've got MS since 2000. I do have some troubling thoughts at the moment. ... (3 replies)
... I had two kids... 18 months apart... pregnancy is its own medicine. You will feel great. Afterwards, you will probably have an attack though so be prepared, I got through both of my attacks just fine, and went on Beta Seron a few months after my second delivery. If they could trick our bodies into mimicking pregnancy (without being pregnant) It would be like a miracle drug... (5 replies)
... Youre probably not going to appreciate this, and it is in NO WAY my opinion or feelings, but I have been told by my Neuro that if I were to get pregnant on Rebif I would have to consider abortion... ... (3 replies)
... for about the last 5 yrs. I am so thankful for the 10 good years I had, and am 46 now. So whether it was replacing the fillings or getting pregnant, I don't know. ... (15 replies)
MS & Birth???
Nov 13, 2012
... Just so you know, most OBs wont consider a Csection for the reason you mention. Hundreds of people with MS give birth naturally and although it is stressful to the body, the female body is made to withstand it. Psychologically, I think its more stressful. ... (2 replies)

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