Non-psychotic mental disorders in the perinatal period

@article{Howard2014NonpsychoticMD,
  title={Non-psychotic mental disorders in the perinatal period},
  author={Louise Michele Howard and Emma Molyneaux and Cindy Lee Dennis and Tamsen Jean Rochat and Alan Stein and Jeannette Milgrom},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2014},
  volume={384},
  pages={1775-1788}
}
Mental disorders are among the most common morbidities of pregnancy and the postnatal period, and can have adverse effects on the mother, her child, and family. This Series paper summarises the evidence about epidemiology, risk factors, identification, and interventions for non-psychotic mental disorders. Although the phenomenology and risk factors for perinatal mental disorders are largely similar to those for the disorders at other times, treatment considerations differ during pregnancy and… Expand
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