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Family Planning in the Modern Day of MS

Multiple sclerosis is often diagnosed in young adults during their prime reproductive years, so naturally, questions about family planning—and whether it's safe to get pregnant with MS—start to arise. In today's modern world, starting a family when you have MS is not off the table.
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By Lisa Emrich
Modern MS Management During and After Pregnancy
Now that you know that starting a family when you have MS is possible, I'm sure the daunting questions about managing your MS during and after pregnancy are starting to pop-up. We've got you covered - all about pregnancy with MS, including childbirth, breastfeeding and more.
by Lisa Emrich
The Evolution of MS
Treatment and perception of MS have both come a long way in the last ten years. Just how much has the face of MS changed? Read on to find out!
by Jackie Zimmerman
Can Diet Stop the Progression of MS?
For every new medication that comes out to treat a chronic illness, a new diet is touted to cure that same illness. Is The Wahls Protocol the next "it" diet?
by Jackie Zimmerman
Key to Healthy Weight: Water
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