It’s a question many of us ask when diagnosed. While MS does not affect your fertility, there are still many considerations to make when thinking about starting a family; from what to do about medication to managing your fatigue and symptoms after the baby is born. Here Keith and Rosie discuss their experiences.
When it comes to managing MS, I’ve found that you could spend the rest of your life reading medical articles, blogs, Dr Google (not advised!) and some absolutely bonkers theories about medication and therapies. I know I am not the first, and won’t be the last, a person with MS who has gone down a rabbit hole of links online, leaping from one website to another. Looking at websites that tell me what I should be doing and ending up no further along than I was about 4 hours ago, when I had innocently decided “I’ll just read this one wee article”.
The European Medicines Agency has issued a press release recommending that Gilenya (fingolimod) not be used during pregnancy or by women of child-baring age who are not using effective contraception.
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This week Grace Kavanagh shares her personal experiences with memory and cognition and the coping strategies she uses.
This week Katie St Lawrence talks about MS and bargaining with doctors, the universe and herself.
This week Declan Groeger shares some useful tips and advice when travelling with MS.
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