Postpartum anxiety, depression and social health: findings from a population-based survey of Australian women

@inproceedings{Yelland2010PostpartumAD,
  title={Postpartum anxiety, depression and social health: findings from a population-based survey of Australian women},
  author={Jane Susanne Yelland and Georgina Ann Sutherland and Stephanie J Brown},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Whilst the prevalence and correlates of postpartum depression are well established, far less is known about postpartum anxiety. Studies have described the association between socio-demographic factors and postpartum depression, yet few have explored the association between stressors in women's lives around the time of having a baby and maternal psychological morbidity. This study aimed to describe the population prevalence of postpartum depression, anxiety, co-morbid anxiety and… CONTINUE READING
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