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For Pregnant MS Patients, No Added Risk of Infant Growth Deficits: Study – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Thursday, 25 August, 2022

For Pregnant MS Patients, No Added Risk of Infant Growth Deficits: Study – Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Women with multiple sclerosis (MS) are not at a higher risk of their babies having growth deficits during pregnancy or after birth than individuals without the disease, a study suggests.

Yet, the data showed that women with MS are significantly more likely to deliver their babies by cesarean section (c-section) and before term — at less than 37 weeks of gestation — compared with mothers who do not have the disease.

While the researchers noted that “most obstetricians do not consider it an ‘at-risk’ pregnancy” when multiple sclerosis patients have a baby, they say that “nonetheless, interdisciplinary pregnancy care and planning are warranted,” with preconception counseling recommended.

Read more at: https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/news-posts/2022/08/23/no-added-risk-found-multiple-sclerosis-pregnancy-baby-growth/

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