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Movement disorders in pregnancy.

PURPOSE OF REVIEW: This review discusses movement disorders that occur during pregnancy, the treatment of preexisting movement disorders, and the influence the pregnant state has on movement disorders symptoms, in order to guide clinicians in providing better counseling for female patients who are pregnant or considering pregnancy.

RECENT FINDINGS: Unique considerations for movement disorders during pregnancy include investigations and their safety during pregnancy and the impact of treatment on both the pregnant patient and her fetus.

SUMMARY: The most common movement disorders arising in pregnancy are restless leg syndrome and chorea gravidarum. Preexisting movement disorders in women who become pregnant may also be seen.

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