Maternal Depressive Symptoms, Perceived Stress, and Fetal Growth.

@article{Grobman2017MaternalDS,
  title={Maternal Depressive Symptoms, Perceived Stress, and Fetal Growth.},
  author={W A Grobman and Deborah Ann Wing and Paul S. Albert and Sungduk Kim and Jagteshwar Grewal and Constance Guille and Roger B. Newman and Edward S. K. Chien and J. Victor Owen and Mary E D'alton and Ronald J. Wapner and Anthony C. Sciscione and Katherine L Grantz},
  journal={Journal of ultrasound in medicine : official journal of the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={36 8},
  pages={
          1639-1648
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To determine whether longitudinal fetal growth is altered among pregnant women reporting greater perceived stress or more symptoms of depression. METHODS This analysis was based on a multicenter longitudinal study of fetal growth. Women were screened at gestational ages of 8 weeks to 13 weeks 6 days for low-risk status and underwent serial sonographic examinations. At each study visit during pregnancy, women were asked to complete the Cohen Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) and… CONTINUE READING
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