Oral Contraceptives Do Not Increase Risk of 2nd Attack, Worse Disease

Oral Contraceptives Do Not Increase Risk of 2nd Attack, Worse Disease

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Oral Contraceptives Do Not Increase Risk of 2nd Attack, Worse Disease

The use of oral contraceptives does not increase the risk of a second attack of symptoms or the progression of disability in women with clinically isolated syndrome (CIS) or early stage multiple sclerosis, a study demonstrated. Notably, the researchers also “did not find a protective effect on disability accumulation” from the use of oral birth control, as suggested in other studies. The team said their use of different measures for assessing the impact of oral…

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