New Paper: Pregnancy & Women Living with MS

Living with a chronic condition, like multiple sclerosis (MS), impacts our decisions about pregnancy. Pregnancy puts a strain on our bodies and our state of health before we get pregnant can affect how well we are throughout our pregnancy. Our health can impact our baby's well-being. Dr. Annette Wundes, a Neurologist at UW Medicine's Multiple Sclerosis Center, has a new article published in Multiple Sclerosis International, What do Healthcare Providers Advise Women with Multiple Sclerosis Regarding Pregnancy? Annette recently sat down with UW Health Sciences' Newsbeat for a Q&A, Dispelling Myths About Pregnancy in Multiple Sclerosis.

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