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AAN 2019 posters #3

All good things unfortunately come to an end, and sadly this is the last in the series of three on AAN 2019 posters. What has captured my attention from this years AAN has been the varied interests of the clinician scientists who have presented their work here. This is a good sign, because without varied interests, science and ultimately progress slowly comes to a standstill. I call it the...

A new UK MS and pregnancy register

We know that MS is most often diagnosed in women, and at an age when many people will not have completed, or started, their families when they receive their diagnosis. Becoming pregnant is of course a life-changing event for a woman. For a woman living with MS, becoming pregnant comes with many more questions and considerations. There are so many questions that someone with MS might want the...

Does alemtuzumab treatment increase your chances of having a miscarriage or premature birth? A large systematic review of numerous studies involving women with ‘normal thyroid function’ showed a strong association between the presence of anti-thyroid peroxidase antibodies and having a miscarriage and/or premature birth, i.e. the chances were increased by approximately 3.9x and 2.1x, respectively...

News for alemtuzumabers

Prof G what can be done to manage my hyperthyroidism if I want to fall pregnant? Carbimazole is associated with an increased risk of congenital malformations, especially when administered in the first trimester of pregnancy and at high doses. Women of childbearing potential should use effective contraception during treatment with carbimazole. Carbimazole: increased risk of congenital...

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