- •Annualized relapses rates presented a significant increase in puerperal period.
- •Annualized relapses rates during pregnancy remains similar to the pre gestational period.
- •Significant worsening in disability was seen after 1 year of gestation.
- •No greater chance of miscarriage was seen in neuromyelitis optic patients.
- •Immunoglobulin at childbirth may be recommended, as a protect from events in the puerperium.
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