From elsewhere in The Post: Women with multiple sclerosis are not more likely to have assisted vaginal births or Caesarean sections than women without the disease, says a new study published in the Annals of Neurology. The study also found “no link between how long the woman had had the disease or the age at which she was diagnosed and risk of adverse events during pregnancy or delivery,” writes Jennifer LaRue Huget in The Checkup.

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