Are you pregnant? Do you have multiple sclerosis (MS)? If so, you may be able to take part in a pregnancy registry. All eligible women will have MS and will either have taken Vumerity® (diroximel fumarate), or have not had any MS therapy, while pregnant.
Vumerity® is a prescription medicine used to treat adults with relapsing forms of MS. The effect of diroximel fumarate on unborn babies is not yet known.
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
The majority of people with MS are women, many of whom are diagnosed at about the age when they may be thinking of becoming pregnant.
The BlossoMS Pregnancy Registry was created to collect information about the possible effects of Vumerity® (diroximel fumarate), on pregnancy, delivery, and the health of babies.
The registry is looking for volunteers with MS who were prescribed diroximel fumarate by their doctor, and became pregnant while taking it. The registry is also looking for volunteers with MS who have not had any MS therapy while pregnant. By contributing your information, you could help doctors to better understand the possible effects of diroximel fumarate on pregnancy, delivery, and the health of babies. It is not known whether diroximel fumarate will harm unborn babies.
Visit the FAQs section for the answers to common questions that you may have about the BlossoMS Pregnancy Registry.
You may be able to take part in this registry if you are pregnant, and:
It is not necessary for you to have taken Vumerity® during your entire pregnancy to take part in the registry.