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The oxytocinergic system in PTSD following traumatic childbirth: endogenous and exogenous oxytocin in the peripartum period.

A B Witteveen, C A I Stramrood, J Henrichs, J C Flanagan, M G van Pampus, M Olff,

Birth experiences can be traumatic and may give rise to PTSD following childbirth (PTSD-FC). Peripartum neurobiological alterations in the oxytocinergic system are highly relevant for postpartum maternal behavioral and affective adaptions like bonding and lactation but are also implicated in the response to traumatic events. Animal models demonstrated that peripartum ... Read more >>

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Interaction between the functional SNP rs2070951 in NR3C2 gene and high levels of plasma corticotropin-releasing hormone associates to postpartum depression.

Alfonso Gutiérrez-Zotes, Roberto Díaz-Peña, Javier Costas, Lourdes Martorell, Estel Gelabert, Teresa Sans, Ricard Navinés, Glòria Albacar, María Luisa Ímaz, Luisa García-Esteve, Julio Sanjuan, Rocio Martín-Santos, Angel Carracedo, Elisabet Vilella,

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a common mood disorder that occurs after delivery with a prevalence of approximately 10%. Recent reports have related placental corticotropin-releasing hormone (pCRH) to postpartum depressive symptoms. The aim of this study was to determine whether pCRH, ACTH, and cortisol (measured 48 h after delivery) and glucocorticoid and ... Read more >>

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Psychological treatments for depression among women experiencing intimate partner violence: findings from a randomized controlled trial for behavioral activation in Goa, India.

Anushka Rajesh Patel, Benedict Weobong, Vikram Harshad Patel, Daisy Radha Singla,

Intimate partner violence (IPV) strongly predicts depression, but it is unknown if women experiencing IPV can benefit from depression treatments in contexts where depression and IPV are prevalent. This study explored whether women experiencing IPV in Goa, India, can benefit from the Healthy Activity Program (HAP), a culturally adapted behavioral ... Read more >>

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Transdermal estradiol for postpartum depression: results from a pilot randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.

Howard J Li, Pedro E Martinez, Xiaobai Li, Linda A Schenkel, Lynnette K Nieman, David R Rubinow, Peter J Schmidt,

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a common complication following delivery, though evidence-based treatment options are limited. This study explores the feasibility and efficacy of outpatient PPD treatment with transdermal estradiol (TE). In a pilot, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, women with PPD were randomized to receive transdermal 17β-estradiol (100 mcg/day) or placebo patch. Over ... Read more >>

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Prevalence of intimate partner violence victimization and its association with mental disorders in the Korean general population.

Ji Hyun An, Carolyn Seungyoun Moon, Da Eun Kim, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Hong Jin Jeon, Seong Jin Cho, Su Jeong Sung, Jin Pyo Hong,

This study assessed the association between experiencing physical or sexual intimate partner violence (IPV) and mental health among women in the general Korean population. A total of 3160 South Korean women aged 18 to 74 responded to the Korean version of the WHO-Composite International Diagnostic Interview (K-CIDI), version 2.1., and ... Read more >>

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Longitudinal assessment of symptoms of postpartum mood disorder in women with and without a history of depression.

Eszter Anna Pataky, Ulrike Ehlert,

The main objective of the present study was to report the incidence, recurrence, prevalence, and course of depressive symptoms during the transition from late pregnancy to the postpartum period in healthy women with and without a history of depression. The study also aimed to examine the predictive value of a ... Read more >>

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Brexanolone and postpartum depression: what does it have to do with GABA?

Ahmed Naguy,

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Early life adversity and depressive symptoms predict cortisol in pregnancy.

Crystal Modde Epstein, Julia F Houfek, Michael J Rice, Sandra J Weiss, Jeffrey A French, Kevin A Kupzyk, Sharon J Hammer, Carol H Pullen,

Evidence suggests that exposure to early life adversity (ELA) programs the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis to influence responses to later adversity and predisposes women to depression. However, few studies have examined whether ELA moderates the HPA cortisol response to adulthood adversity and depressive symptoms in pregnant women. The aims of this ... Read more >>

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Worrying in the wings? Negative emotional birth memories in mothers and fathers show similar associations with perinatal mood disturbance and delivery mode.

Claire Hughes, Sarah Foley, Rory T Devine, Andrew Ribner, Lara Kyriakou, Lucy Boddington, Emily A Holmes, , ,

Negative birth experiences can lead to symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder in new mothers but have received much less attention in new fathers. A sample of 314 first-time expectant couples rated their symptoms of anxiety and depression in the third trimester and at 4-month post birth (227 vaginal delivery, 87 ... Read more >>

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Maternal behavioral health symptom profiles in early family life: complexity and context.

Nomi S Weiss-Laxer, Sara B Johnson, Sharon R Ghazarian, Lauren M Osborne, Anne W Riley,

Behavioral health problems affect at least 15% of mothers, but few studies have examined how different problems cluster together. Characterizing symptom profiles and their correlates early in the family life cycle can extend existing understanding beyond that provided by studies based on single problems. Mothers in the Fragile Families and ... Read more >>

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Pregnancy: a final frontier in mental health research.

Jodi Pawluski, Molly Dickens,

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Association between maternal and child mental health among US Latinos: variation by nativity, ethnic subgroup, and time in the USA.

Rheanna Platt, Nomi S Weiss-Laxer, Timothy B Creedon, Maria Jose Sanchez Roman, Esteban V Cardemil, Benjamin Cook,

Few studies have examined the association between maternal and youth mental health among US Latinos, or its variation by nativity, country of origin, ethnic subgroup, and time in the mainland US. Using 2007-2014 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey data linking Latino youth (N = 15,686 aged 5-17 years) and their mothers, we estimated multivariate ... Read more >>

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Associations of perceived prenatal stress and adverse pregnancy outcomes with perceived stress years after delivery.

Catherine Monk, Rachel S Webster, Rebecca B McNeil, Corette B Parker, Janet M Catov, Philip Greenland, C Noel Bairey Merz, Robert M Silver, Hyagriv N Simhan, Deborah B Ehrenthal, Judith H Chung, David M Haas, Brian M Mercer, Samuel Parry, LuAnn Polito, Uma M Reddy, George R Saade, William A Grobman, ,

Maternal stress is a risk factor for adverse pregnancy outcomes (APOs). This study evaluates the associations of prenatal stress and APOs with maternal stress years after pregnancy. The 10-item Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) (0-40 range) was completed in the first and third trimesters, and 2-7 years after delivery among a subsample ... Read more >>

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Obstetric and neonatal outcomes of clozapine exposure in pregnancy: a consecutive case series.

Thinh Nguyen, Jasmine Mordecai, Felice Watt, Jacqueline Frayne,

Clozapine is an effective antipsychotic that can lead to symptom resolution and functional recovery in patients with schizophrenia. Its available pregnancy safety data remain limited, which presents a challenge for clinicians managing women of reproductive age on clozapine. We retrospectively studied a consecutive case series of nine pregnancies where there ... Read more >>

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Feasibility of perinatal mood screening and text messaging on patients' personal smartphones.

Laura M La Porte, J Jo Kim, Marci G Adams, Benjamin M Zagorsky, Robert Gibbons, Richard K Silver,

Screens and adjunctive treatments for perinatal mood are available, but barriers prevent many women from receiving them. Mobile technology may help bypass barriers. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of screening and texting perinatal women via their personal smartphones. This prospective cohort study enrolled 203 pregnant ... Read more >>

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Perimenstrual psychiatric hospitalization: case report and literature review.

Heather Burrell Ward, James A Greenberg, Marcela Almeida,

Despite the fact that menstrual psychosis has been described since the eighteenth century, there are only about 80 cases reported in the literature. The knowledge and awareness about the disorder remain poor, leading to inaccurate diagnoses and suboptimal treatment. This is the case of a 25-year-old woman with recurrent hospitalizations ... Read more >>

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Poor sleep and emotion dysregulation mediate the association between depressive and premenstrual symptoms in young adult women.

Jessica M Meers, Joanne L Bower, Candice A Alfano,

A large portion of reproductive-aged women report experiencing distressing premenstrual symptoms. These symptoms can be exacerbated by concurrent mood problems and contribute to long-term depressive risk. However, difficulty sleeping and regulating emotional responses are also associated with the premenstrual phase and represent additional, well-established risk factors for depression. The aim ... Read more >>

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Psychosocial distress among women following a natural disaster in a low- to middle-income country: "healthy mothers, healthy communities" study in Vanuatu.

Alysa Pomer, Giavana Buffa, Marie-Belle Ayoub, Fasiah Taleo, J Hunter Sizemore, Apisai Tokon, Chim W Chan, Akira Kaneko, Jimmy Obed, Jerry Iaruel, George Taleo, Len Tarivonda, Kelsey N Dancause,

Natural disasters have major consequences for mental health in low- and middle-income countries. Symptoms are often more pronounced among women. We analyzed patterns and predictors of distress among pregnant and non-pregnant women 3-4 and 15-16 months after a cyclone in Vanuatu, a low- to middle-income country. Distress levels were high among ... Read more >>

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Topical Collection: Neurobiology of Maternal Mental Illness : Special Guest Editor: Jodi Pawluski.

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The Neurobiology of Maternal Mental Illness: Current understanding and future directions.

Jodi L Pawluski,

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Correction to: Impacts of early marriage and adolescent pregnancy on mental and somatic health: the role of partner violence.

Aysen Ufuk Sezgin, Raija-Leena Punamäki,

The published version of the article contains an error in the author name and in the affiliation. ... Read more >>

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Peritraumatic dissociation in childbirth-evoked posttraumatic stress and postpartum mental health.

Freya Thiel, Sharon Dekel,

A significant minority of women can suffer from postpartum posttraumatic stress disorder (PP-PTSD) following childbirth, in particular if involving obstetrical complications. While peritraumatic dissociation has been repeatedly shown to play a significant role in coping in the aftermath of trauma, little is known about peritraumatic dissociation in relation to positive ... Read more >>

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Maternal suicide in Italy.

Ilaria Lega, Alice Maraschini, Paola D'Aloja, Silvia Andreozzi, Daniela Spettoli, Manuela Giangreco, Monica Vichi, Marzia Loghi, Serena Donati, ,

Suicide has been identified as one of the most common causes of death among women within 1 year after the end of pregnancy in several high-income countries. The aim of this study was to provide the first estimate of the maternal suicide ratio and a description of the characteristics of women ... Read more >>

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Internet-delivered psychological interventions for clinical anxiety and depression in perinatal women: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Siobhan A Loughnan, Amy E Joubert, Ashlee Grierson, Gavin Andrews, Jill M Newby,

Perinatal anxiety and depression are common and associated with negative outcomes if left untreated. Internet-delivered treatments can improve treatment accessibility and have demonstrated effectiveness in treating anxiety and depression in the general adult population. However, little is known about how effective and acceptable these interventions are for perinatal women. This ... Read more >>

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Psychological interventions for endometriosis-related symptoms: a systematic review with narrative data synthesis.

Leesa Van Niekerk, Bronwyn Weaver-Pirie, Mandy Matthewson,

Endometriosis impacts the physical, psychological and quality of life domains of women. Despite the medical and/or surgical management of endometriosis, the presence of persistent pelvic pain and psychological distress often continues, suggesting a role for psychological interventions in treatment planning. The present study aimed to conduct the first systematic review, ... Read more >>

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