No additive relapse risk with second pregnancy


REPORT FROM THE EUROPEAN CHARCOT FOUNDATION ANNUAL MEETING – BAVENO, ITALY, NOVEMBER 28-30, 2013 – It is well established that relapse frequency declines during pregnancy, followed by an increased relapse risk during the first three months postpartum (Vukusic et al. Brain 2004;127(Pt 6):1353-1360). A similar pattern appears to occur during a second pregnancy, so relapse risk is not additive, according to Dr. Sandra Vukusic, Lyons, France (Vukusic S. ECF 2013).

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