Multiple Sclerosis And Menopause

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Menopause and Multiple Sclerosis: MS May Not Be Affected, Study Shows

Hey, ladies.  Good news.  Menopause does not appear to affect the clinical course of multiple sclerosis, according to Riley Bove, MD, a research fellow at the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. 

Members of the MS community have frequently discussed the impact of hormonal changes on MS and MS symptoms.  We’ve talked about how symptoms become more prominent for some women around their monthly menstrual cycle.  You have shared how...

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