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Contribute to the Development of Postpartum Depression in Pregnancy Events

Contribute to the Development of Postpartum Depression in Pregnancy Events

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The occurrence of non-birth events increases the risk of postpartum depression, according to a study published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Many women experience some kind of a pregnancy event. These can be medical problems such as preeclampsia, severe thrombosis; growth failure or fetal failure of the fetus, and other birth defects that eventually lead to emergency cesarean section.
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It is estimated that 10 percent of new mothers suffer from postpartum depression, with most cases occurring within three months of childbirth. The symptoms range from a mild so-called "baby blues" to severe clinical depression. Diagnosis is often delayed, so treatment is only begun.
"Our findings show that pregnancy and postnatal events increase the risk of postpartum depression," she said. Pauline Jansen, Erasmus MC-Sophia Child and Youth Psychiatrist, co-author of the study. "Multiple births are associated with increased risk. Because some birth events are very common, nursing care for mothers after childbirth should pay attention to the more serious signs of depression.
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