Congratulations ! I’m sure you must be very happy - yet a bit worried about what is to come.
I know everyone’s experiences and outcomes of MS are different but it might comfort you to know that my experiences of being pregnant and giving birth whilst having MS were wonderful ! It was my third pregnancy (at 38) but first after being diagnosed with MS.
During this pregnancy I was well, with no symptoms of MS - I was able to walk for miles and apart from the usual baby tiredness, fatigue wasn’t a problem. I had two other children who needed my attention and the MS wasn’t even considered !
I had no contact with an MS specialist but regular midwife checks. The birth was the best of the three - and the most emotional - natural with no problems… Our son was the ‘icing on on the cake’ for our family. I had the usual help from family and friends with the new baby, but nothing special - we just got on with it.
There’s currently MS research on the hormones produced during pregnancy, since many women with MS have reported their symptoms ‘disappearing’. If you google Estrinol in MS there’s a lot of information.
So, good luck - I hope all goes well for you.