Pregnancy and breastfeeding positively affect MS replases.
Prolonged breastfeeding is associated with a lower risk for mothers developing multiple sclerosis (MS), according to results from a case-control study published in Neurology.
There is conflicting research involving the impact of reproductive factors on MS risk. Breastfeeding duration along with total ovulatory years is a potentially modifiable factor that had not been assessed in previous MS studies. Further, there is evidence that the risk for MS relapse is lower during pregnancy and exclusive breastfeeding, possibly related to sex hormones or anovulation.
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