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The new Pregnancy and MS page has just been published on the OMS website, a very comprehensive resource with over 60 references to the relevant research studies. All aspects of the OMS program are covered, along with other important issues.
http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis. ... cy-and-MS/
The importance of Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy is discussed here:
http://www.overcomingmultiplesclerosis. ... y-Members/
I just wanted to say a huge thank you for this new section of the site. I am 16 weeks pregnant and it has been a brilliant resource for my research into what to expect. The references are, as usual, fantastic and provide follow up reading for me.

Thank you so much, there has clearly been a lot of work put into this and it is really appreciated.

Katy
Wonderful idea!

I just want to add good thoughts for anyone who is, or may become, pregnant.
I became pregnant with my first child 3 months after my diagnosis! (not planned)
That was 14 years ago; I now have two children.

Having MS does not affect our ability to be parents or to do it well.
It certainly presents challenges, mostly to do with energy, so I certainly recommend that one
think long and hard about the help and support you have available, especially from your
partner, if you have one.

If you are doing the OMS program you are SO far ahead with having a good pregnancy and
childbirth.
Any advice I would give would be in the areas it covers so well: diet, exercise, relaxation.

Have a wonderful pregnancy and stay connected here.
Sarah
Absolutely brilliant! Too late for me, unfortunately (I remember messaging George about this during my last pregnancy) but I'm so pleased that others will have a great set of references to help them combine their pregnancy and MS journeys. Good luck to those of you embarking on that path! :D

~ Valada
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