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Early styles of interaction in mother-twin infant dyads and maternal mental health.

Cristina Riva Crugnola, Elena Ierardi, Laura Elvira Prino, Piera Brustia, Loredana Cena, Luca Rollè,

Transition to parenthood is considered a critical process for mothers of twins. There are, however, few studies on the subject. This study aims to evaluate the differences between mother-twin infant dyads and mother-singleton infant dyads with regard to maternal depression, anxiety, parenting stress, and the quality of mother-infant interaction. Mothers ... Read more >>

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COVID outbreak is changing our practices of perinatal psychiatry.

Florence Gressier, Antonia Mezzacappa, Pierre-Alexandre Lasica, Corine Fourcade, Emmanuelle Corruble,

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Are we overlooking obsessive-compulsive disorder during and after pregnancy? Some arguments for a peripartum onset specifier.

Verinder Sharma, Dwight Mazmanian,

The peripartum period appears to be a potent trigger of obsessive-compulsive disorder in women; however, due to the lack of awareness and routine screening, women with obsessive-compulsive disorder may be at risk of under- or misdiagnosis. Unfortunately, the missed diagnosis or misdiagnosis can have serious consequences including symptom persistence, compromised ... Read more >>

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Socieconomic status and psychotropic medicine use during pregnancy: a population-based study in British Columbia, Canada.

Gillian E Hanley, Mina Park, Tim F Oberlander,

Women at the lower end of the socioeconomic distribution have higher rates of depression in pregnancy and lower rates of treatment. In this study, we investigate relationships between income and the use of psychotropic mediciness in pregnancy. This retrospective cohort study using population-based administrative datasets included all women who delivered ... Read more >>

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A pilot study of a group-based perinatal depression intervention on reducing depressive symptoms and improving maternal-fetal attachment and maternal sensitivity.

Jeanne L Alhusen, Matthew J Hayat, Lori Borg,

To conduct a pilot study of a group-based perinatal depression intervention, the Mothers and Babies Course, on depressive symptomatology, maternal-fetal attachment, and maternal sensitivity, 60 pregnant women with moderate to severe depressive symptomatology were randomized to a 6-week intervention or usual care group at their initial prenatal care visit. Measures ... Read more >>

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Impact of pregnancy on antidepressant treatment course: a population-based comparative cohort study in France.

Anne Bénard-Laribière, Elodie Pambrun, Anne-Laure Sutter-Dallay, Sophie Gautier, Caroline Hurault-Delarue, Christine Damase-Michel, Isabelle Lacroix, Antoine Pariente,

The prevention of relapses and the treatment of depression during pregnancy are difficult challenges. The maintenance of antidepressants in pregnancy with its concomitant risks to mother and child needs to be weighed against those associated with not treating the disease. This study aimed at quantifying the impact of the occurrence ... Read more >>

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Exploring the relationship of insight with psychopathology and gender in individuals with schizophrenia spectrum disorders with structural equation modelling.

Jesus Cobo, Javier Labad, Esther Pousa, Lourdes Nieto, Susana Ochoa, Judith Usall, Carles García-Ribera, Iris Baños, Beatriz González, Carmina Massons, Isabel Ruiz, Ada I Ruiz,

To model the influence of psychopathology on insight deficits in schizophrenia spectrum patients with a gender-stratified analysis. Five hundred sixteen patients (65.1% men) with schizophrenia spectrum disorders were evaluated in four centres of the metropolitan area of Barcelona (Catalonia). Psychopathological assessment was performed using different PANSS factors. Insight and its ... Read more >>

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Perinatal depression screening practices in a large health system: identifying current state and assessing opportunities to provide more equitable care.

Abbey Sidebottom, Marc Vacquier, Elizabeth LaRusso, Darin Erickson, Rachel Hardeman,

The purpose of this study was to assess the prevalence of prenatal and postpartum depression screening in a large health system and to identify covariates for screening, with a specific focus in understanding disparities in practice. A retrospective cohort of women with deliveries in 2016 was created using electronic health ... Read more >>

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Risk of mental ill-health among homeless women in Madrid (Spain).

Sara Rodriguez-Moreno, Sonia Panadero, José Juan Vázquez,

Several studies have revealed that homeless people suffering from mental health problems are more vulnerable than homeless without those mental health problems. Nevertheless, there is a lack of evidence describing the real circumstances of homeless women. This paper explores the differences between homeless women at high risk of mental ill-health ... Read more >>

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Psychological coping strategies associated with improved mental health in the context of infertility.

Andie Chernoff, Ashley A Balsom, Jennifer L Gordon,

To examine the use of psychological coping strategies across the menstrual cycle in relation to within-person changes in depressed mood, anxious mood, and infertility-related distress, in a sample of women struggling to conceive. Sixty-five women from Canada and the USA (aged 19-43 years) trying to conceive naturally for ≥ 12 months were recruited ... Read more >>

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Response to SARS-Covid-19-related visitor restrictions on labor and delivery wards in New York City.

Alison Hermann, Kristina M Deligiannidis, Veerle Bergink, Catherine Monk, Elizabeth M Fitelson, Thalia K Robakis, Catherine Birndorf,

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Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor use patterns among commercially insured US pregnancies (2005-2014).

Julie M Petersen, Daina B Esposito, Martha M Werler,

The goal of this study was to describe patterns of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) use during pregnancy in a US cohort (2005-2014) of > 1 million commercially insured women using administrative claims. We used international classification of disease (ICD-9) diagnosis and procedure and current procedural terminology codes in the OptumLabs® ... Read more >>

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Prevalence of depression among women with obstetric fistula in low-income African countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Bereket Duko, Sintayehu Wolka, Melese Seyoum, Temesgen Tantu,

Depression is one of mental health consequences that present in women with obstetric fistula. It is estimated that over 264 million people of all ages suffer from depression globally. The objective of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to synthesize the epidemiologic evidence from previous studies on the prevalence of ... Read more >>

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Health practitioners' recognition and management of postpartum obsessive-compulsive thoughts of infant harm.

Melissa Mulcahy, Clare Rees, Megan Galbally, Rebecca Anderson,

The postpartum period has been associated with elevated rates of onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) among women, with a prevalence of 2-9%. Postpartum OCD is often characterized by recurrent, unwanted, and highly distressing thoughts, images, or impulses of deliberate infant harm. This study investigated health practitioners' recognition of, and clinical management ... Read more >>

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Prevalence and determinants of antenatal common mental disorders among women in India: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Harish Kalra, Thach Duc Tran, Lorena Romero, Prabha Chandra, Jane Fisher,

To review the available evidence about the prevalence and determinants of antenatal common mental disorders (antenatal CMDs) among women in India. We searched Ovid Medline, Embase and Psyinfo systematically from date of inception to Oct. 31, 2019 for publications in English language on the prevalence of antenatal CMDs and their ... Read more >>

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A closer look at the nosological status of the highs (hypomanic symptoms) in the postpartum period.

Verinder Sharma, Priyanka Singh, Christine Baczynski, Mustaq Khan,

Studies from several countries have reported occurrence of the highs (hypomanic symptoms) immediately after childbirth; however, questions remain about the relationship of the highs with mood disorders. This systematic review aims to clarify this relationship, critically review important aspects of the highs, and make treatment recommendations and suggestions for future ... Read more >>

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Perinatal depressive symptoms often start in the prenatal rather than postpartum period: results from a longitudinal study.

Marsha Wilcox, Beth Ann McGee, Dawn F Ionescu, Marie Leonte, Lauren LaCross, Jenna Reps, Kevin Wildenhaus,

Depressive symptoms during and after pregnancy confer risks for adverse outcomes in both the mother and child. Postpartum depression is traditionally diagnosed after birth of the child. Perinatal depression is a serious, prevalent heterogeneous syndrome that can occur during the period from conception through several months after childbirth. Onset and ... Read more >>

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Increased risk of suicidal ideation among French women: the mediating effect of lifetime sexual victimisation. Results from the nationally representative 2017 Health Barometer survey.

Fabienne El-Khoury, Meryl Puget, Christophe Leon, Enguerrand du Roscoat, Annie Velter, Nathalie Lydié, Audrey Sitbon,

Sexual victimisation has been associated with suicidal ideation, especially among women; however data on this association from a large sample of general population is surprisingly limited. Also, no study quantifies sex differences in the effect of sexual victimisation on suicide risk. We used data from the French Health Barometer, a ... Read more >>

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Recovery from postpartum psychosis: a systematic review and metasynthesis of women's and families' experiences.

R Forde, S Peters, A Wittkowski,

Postpartum psychosis is a serious disorder that can result in adverse consequences for the mother and baby. It is important that we understand the experiences of women, to develop effective interventions during this critical period. The aim of this systematic review was to conduct a metasynthesis of qualitative research exploring ... Read more >>

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Factors associated with violence against women in a representative sample of the Lebanese population: results of a cross-sectional study.

Clara Rahme, Chadia Haddad, Marwan Akel, Chloe Khoury, Hala Obeid, Sahar Obeid, Souheil Hallit,

To evaluate the prevalence of violence against women (VAW) and assess factors associated with VAW among a representative sample of the Lebanese population. This cross-sectional study was carried out between September and December 2018. Participants from all Lebanese governorates were enrolled in this study using a proportionate random sample. The ... Read more >>

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Perinatal outcomes and offspring long-term neuropsychiatric hospitalizations of mothers with anxiety disorder.

Levinsky Avraham, Wainstock Tamar, Sheiner Eyal, Pariente Gali,

Studies regarding the association between anxiety disorders and obstetrical and neonatal complications are inconclusive and sometimes contradictive. The aim of the present study was to assess perinatal outcome of mothers with anxiety disorder and to determine the association between maternal anxiety and long-term neuropsychiatric hospitalizations of the offspring. A hospital-based ... Read more >>

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Eating disorders mothers and their children: a systematic review of the literature.

Maria Giulia Martini, Manuela Barona-Martinez, Nadia Micali,

To provide an overview of the impact of maternal eating disorders (ED) on child development in a number of domains including feeding and eating behaviour, neuropsychological profile and cognitive development, psychopathology and temperament. PubMed, Embase and PsychInfo were searched for studies exploring the impact of maternal ED on children between ... Read more >>

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Specific relations of dimensional anxiety and manifest anxiety disorders during pregnancy with difficult early infant temperament: a longitudinal cohort study.

Freya Thiel, Laura Iffland, Filip Drozd, Silje Marie Haga, Julia Martini, Kerstin Weidner, Malin Eberhard-Gran, Susan Garthus-Niegel,

Anxiety in the antenatal period is a common experience, associated with adverse consequences for mother and child. Specific types of prenatal anxiety may have unique associations with infant temperament. This study examines the prospective relationships between general prenatal anxiety, fear of childbirth, and specific prenatal anxiety disorders and early infant ... Read more >>

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The effect of mind-body interventions on psychological and pregnancy outcomes in infertile women: a systematic review.

Hélène Gaitzsch, Julie Benard, Justine Hugon-Rodin, Lamyae Benzakour, Isabelle Streuli,

Preliminary evidence suggests that mind-body interventions, including mindfulness-based interventions and yoga, may be effective in reducing mental health difficulties and psychological distress in infertile patients undergoing fertility treatments. We systematically reviewed and synthesized current medical literature of the effectiveness of mind-body interventions in reducing the severity of psychological distress and ... Read more >>

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Let us integrate sexual health-do psychiatrists integrate sexual health in patient management?

Tamara Seitz, Lucia Ucsnik, Andrea Kottmel, Johannes Bitzer, Bela Teleky, Henriette Löffler-Stastka,

The high prevalence of sexual dysfunction and the importance of sexual health issues in general stress the need for a physician to integrate sexual health issues in patient management. In this study, we evaluate the frequency of psychiatrists addressing sexual health issues as well as their attitude towards sexual health. ... Read more >>

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