My doctor's nurse suggested that my husband and I have no more babies because the pregnancy would be very high risk. This wasn't my family doctor or my neurologist, but my psychiatrist that told me this. When I was pregnant with my first child, my neurologist said that it would be a high risk pregnancy, but everything turned out fine. So, I don't know if this psy. nurse is saying this about the high risk thing because of the MS or what. She says that I'd be under a lot of stress too, during the pregnancy, but she doesn't know that I was under an extreme amount of stress during the last pregnancy. My family doctor suggested that I keep having babies, because I felt so good during my last pregnancy. I don't know what or who to listen to! Has anybody had any problems having MS and having children?
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