My very best wishes to you for an easy birth and a happy healthy baby.
I read ( and listened) to Dr B B Lee with particular interest. He is the embryonologist thats been studying the valves and veins of persons with MS and CCSVI.
Here is one of his papers: http://www.fondazionehilarescere.org/pd ... 8-ANGY.pdf
There is a part where he describes the vein tissue as mesenchymal- a type of tissue that responds to hormones- he specifically mentions pregancy.
I think this type of tissue (if my memory serves me)responds to certain hormones by becoming very stretchy and elastic- distensible. If this is true it falls hand in hand with why pregnant women do not experience MS attacks and then a few months after pregnancy (after the tissue goes back to the pre-pregnant state) they have an attack......this with nursing causing hormones to continue to be secreted also falls in line.
As for your question, since this (Copaxone) is not a drug you are continuing on but newly starting. Why not wait until after your angioplasty?
My daughter (dx Aug/angio Sept) said she is going to give it a year and see how she does without the DMDs. She is completely symptom free though,
So I would encourage you to wait and see how you feel after the procedure.
My best to you.