My husband and I have two kids (4 and 6). I always wanted to have a big family and my husband would love to have more kids. Currently I am doing very well and I even questioned whether I actually have MS or possibly MS was brought on by a bad fall. Now that I have done a treatment that has gotten my neck back in alignment my pain is little to none and my neurological symptoms are fading significantly. I realize that once a diagnosis of MS probably means always a diagnosis of MS? I don't think I want to have more biological children (My age and previous difficult post-partum time), but just found out that Chineses adoption laws specifically say, neither parent can have MS. Anybody have any input or experience with adoption and have any input? I realize that adoption can also be very stressful, but wonder if the risks would be less for causing a relapse?
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