Perinatal Depression and Anxiety in Multiple Sclerosis: Treatable Distress

Despite increasing research around pregnancy in multiple sclerosis (MS), knowledge regarding the presence or implications of perinatal depression and anxiety for women with MS remains limited. Perinatal depression is the most common complication of pregnancy; given the higher prevalence of anxiety and depression and a female preponderance in MS, understanding the interplay between MS and perinatal mood disorders is a priority.

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