Women are at much higher risk of MS than men. Researchers think hormones, genes, immune system differences, and more may be at play.
Thanks to different hormones, women may have a harder time with their MS symptoms than men. Learn what to expect.
Fluctuating hormones can cause a wide swing in symptoms, says Marissa Platner, MD. So how does that affect their MS treatment?
A look at how to manage multiple sclerosis and mental health during pregnancy.
MS typically arises in women in the first half of their adult lives. Learn how some women balance career, family planning, and a chronic disease.
How to balance multiple sclerosis meds with birth control, pregnancy, and other issues unique to women.
How MS can affect your work life, and what changes you can make to accommodate your symptoms.
MS treatment poses unique challenges for women as they age.
It’s important to keep tabs on your whole body health, not just your MS. These screenings are key to preventing other diseases.