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MS Mythbusters: I have MS therefore I can’t have children

Our series of MS Mythbusters aims to dispel some of the outdated, inaccurate or confusing information you may have heard or read.

This video busts the myth that if you have MS you can’t have children. In fact, if you have MS you can get pregnant and research shows that pregnancy has no long-term effect on MS progression.

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About AHSCT – current thinking

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Sarah’s tribute to MS research

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DMTs: Impact of access on quality of life

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Submissions: an important advocacy tool

As part of our advocacy work at MS Australia, we make many submissions each year, to various Australian Government inquiries and consultations.

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MS Mythbusters: I have MS therefore I can’t have children