Adult women have a history of severe clinical depression of about 20 percent. Previously treated women with depression are considered to be particularly at risk if they have postpartum depression.
Postpartum depression is predictableProfessionals have discovered that relatively little research has investigated what happens to postpartum depression in women who have not been treated during pregnancy, but have previously been treated for depression. In the course of their lives, they have been diagnosed with clinical depression for at least one time. Bipolar depression, schizophrenia, and dependence were not included in previous diagnoses. 60 days later. It turned out that the previously 11 percent of women treated with depression coping with postpartum depression. This is significantly lower than the 24-40 percent previously measured. Research has also shown that taking antidepressant drugs for preventive purposes may not be as effective as to say whether or not postpartum depression occurs.
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