• Reproductive health of women with multiple sclerosis: the current state of the problem (Literature review)

Reproductive health of women with multiple sclerosis: the current state of the problem (Literature review)

HEALTH OF WOMAN.2017.1(117):158–161

Nehrych O., Pyrohova V.
Lviv national medical University named Danylo Galitsky

The article deals with current issues in research of reproductive health in women with multiple sclerosis.

Key words: reproductive health, multiple sclerosis, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy.

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