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Mental illness in pregnancy and the puerperium

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      • Includes bibliographies and index.Based on a symposium on mental illness in pregnancy, labour, and the puerperium.

        StatementOxford University Press
        PublishersOxford University Press
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        LC Classifications1978
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        Paginationxvi, 125 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 10019261150X
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        2Oxford medical publications
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Early onset cases occur more frequently in first time mothers, but this is not true of late postpartum or pregnancy onset. Users' Guide to the Medical Literature• When the infant sucks, he takes the nipple and the areola into his mouth, and partly by a vacuum which is created mostly by a chewing action of his jaws, milk is pushed into his mouth and he swallows.

Specialist Mother and Baby units are available, or the patient may be admitted to a general psychiatric ward. Depression during or after pregnancy is significantly more common than in the general population. Afterpains and discomfort from the delivery, lacerations, episiotomy, and muscle aches are common. The condition is partly due to hormonal changes, and partly due to the ego adjustment that accompanies role transition.

PJ Rasch 1958 ArticleTitleOm postpuerperale anankasmer Norsk Mag Laegevidenskab 5 35—42• Teach the mother how to care for herself and the infant. JH Button RS Reivich 1972 ArticleTitleObsessions of infanticide. Pregnancy is generally thought Mental illness in pregnancy and the puerperium be a time of happiness and emotional well-being for a woman.

Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy

Ahokas A, Aito M, Turiainen S 2000 Association between oestradiol and puerperal psychosis. About one third suffer a relapse, with a return of psychotic symptoms a few weeks after recovery; these relapses are not due to a failure to comply with medication, because they were often described before pharmaceutical treatment was discovered. Most of these incidents have occurred before the mother came under treatment, and some have been accidental.

Anxiety, obsessions and morbid preoccupations in pregnancy and the puerperium Anxiety, obsessions and morbid preoccupations in pregnancy and the puerperium Brockington, I. Prevalence, incidence, recurrence, and new onset of depression. holding and cuddling baby, keeping them close and practicing skin to skin contact• Evidence-based pharmacological treatment of anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder: A revision of the 2005 guidelines from the British Association for Psychopharmacology.

Psychotherapies that have been recognized as effective treatment for depression include cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal psychotherapy.