Maternal psychological distress during pregnancy and childhood health outcomes: a narrative review.

@article{Vehmeijer2018MaternalPD,
  title={Maternal psychological distress during pregnancy and childhood health outcomes: a narrative review.},
  author={Florianne O. L. Vehmeijer and M{\'o}nica Guxens and Liesbeth Duijts and Hanan El Marroun},
  journal={Journal of developmental origins of health and disease},
  year={2018},
  pages={
          1-12
        }
}
Maternal psychological distress is common in pregnancy and may influence the risk of adverse outcomes in children. Psychological distress may cause a suboptimal intrauterine environment leading to growth and developmental adaptations of the fetus and child. In this narrative review, we examined the influence of maternal psychological distress during pregnancy on fetal outcomes and child cardiometabolic, respiratory, atopic and neurodevelopment-related health outcomes. We discussed these… CONTINUE READING
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