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Maternal depression in the intergenerational transmission of childhood maltreatment and its sequelae: Testing postpartum effects in a longitudinal birth cohort

Abstract Mothers who have suffered with childhood maltreatment are more likely to have children who have been exposed to maltreatment, a phenomenon that has been described as intergenerational transmission. Both maternal early exposure to child outcomes were robust across child sex and supported substantial intervention in postpartum depression, but mothers' depression remained widespread throughout the postpartum period.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1017/s0954579418000032


App-Based Ecological Momentary Assessment to Enhance Clinical Care for Postpartum Depression: Pilot Acceptability Study (Preprint)

BACKGROUND Wearable tracking systems and mobile health technologies are increasingly used in an effort to improve clinical care and the provision of personalized medical services in an attempt to enhance clinical care and patient care. In the 2 weeks before a trip predicted scores at follow-up, logistic regression was used to determine whether mood scores were in the 2 weeks before a visit predicted results. Predictive correlations were established between self-reported mood and Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale at the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale, as well as self-reported anxiety and EDPS, sleep quality, and Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. Participants and the study scientist all agreed that using ecological momentary analysis to track daily signs of postpartum depression using a wearable device was widely accepted and clinically useful, and it could be a novel way to improve care access during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2196/preprints.28081


App-Based Ecological Momentary Assessment to Enhance Clinical Care for Postpartum Depression: Pilot Acceptability Study

Background In an attempt to improve clinical care and the provision of personalized medical services, wearable tracking systems and mobile health technologies are increasingly used. The aim of this research is to determine the clinical relevance, predictive ability, and acceptability of using ecological momentary assessment to gather daily mood, sleep, and activity data among women with postpartum depression using the use of an Apple Watch and smartphone app. Predictive correlations were found between self-reported mood and Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale scores at a follow-up, self-reported anxiety and EDPS, sleep quality, and Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. Conclusions Using ecological momentary assessment to track daily signs of postpartum depression using a wearable device was widely accepted and clinically useful by participants and the researcher, and it may have been an innovative way to increase care coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2196/28081


Effect of the Covid 19 pandemic on depression and mother-infant bonding in uninfected postpartum women in a rural region

Abstract Background Postpartum depression and maternal-infant attachment scores were investigated in uninfected women during the COVID 19 pandemic in Kutahya, a rural province in Turkey's North Aegean province. Methods This cohort study was conducted in Kutahya Health Sciences University Hospital'obstetrics unit between April 2021 and August 2021. The Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale and Mother-to-Infant Bonding Scale were both administered six weeks after birth by 178 low-risk pregnant women who gave birth. The Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Scale was used to measure postpartum depression, while the Mother-to-Infant Bonding Scale was used to determine maternal attachment. Patients who had guests at home were given 3. 068 times more chances of experiencing maternal distress than patients who did not receive visitors at home.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-022-04580-8


A quantitative comparison of two measures of postpartum depression

Some studies have used a high score on the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale to determine PPD, while others have used antidepressant medication use and/or diagnostic data on depression treatment at a psychiatric hospital. Methods We found women who delivered a child between 1 January 2014 and December 2016 in Copenhagen or in one of the Danish Health Visitors' Children's Health Database's seven municipalities. Risk ratios based on log-linear binomial regression estimates correlations between risk factors and the two outcomes. The differences in estimated prevalence and low agreement indicate that the two measures detect different potential PPD cases, and using just one of the two methods in determining PPD will underestimate PPD prevalence. According to a similar risk factor analysis, the determining risk factors are also involved in PPD's generalization.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-022-03836-z


Be a Mom: Patterns of Program Usage and Acceptability Among Women With Low-Risk and High-Risk for Postpartum Depression

Be a Mother is a self-guided web-based intervention designed to reduce postpartum depression and maternal health in both high and low-risk new mothers. This report aims to investigate and compare Be a Mom's use of Be a Mom's products, as well as Be a Mom's acceptability among women at high and low risk of PPD. Participants in the low-risk group Be a Mom [ X 2 = 5. 29, p = 0. 021] and completed more modules [ t = 0. 003]. A higher percentage of women in the high-risk group believed that participating in Be a Mom was too demanding [ X 2 = 8. 21, p = 0. 004]. Conclusions Despite the low completion rates, Be a Mom seems to be an appropriate option for both women with high-risk and low risk of PPD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fgwh.2022.841427


Prevalence and Risk Factors of Postpartum Depression in Romanian Women during Two Periods of COVID-19 Pandemic

Postpartum depression is a common health condition that can adversely affect both mother and baby. During the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Romania, the overall prevalence of postpartum depression was 18. 8%, with a statistically high incidence among participants surveyed; the COVID-19 pandemic has an effect on women's mental stability in the postpartum period, raising the risk of experiencing postpartum depression.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11061628


Assessment of the Relationship between Vitamin D Levels and Common Complications of Pregnancy with the Incidence of Postpartum Depression in Mothers Covered by Health Centers in Isfahan City in 2020

Introduction: Physiological and psychological changes during pregnancy are often responsible for several health problems, including depression. This research was conducted to determine the association of vitamin D levels and common pregnancy problems, as well as the incidence of postpartum depression in mothers. Methods: The current research is based on a prospective cohort that was conducted in two stages on 300 pregnant women who were in the third trimester of pregnancy. Using a demographic characteristics questionnaire, Sherborne and Stewart's social support survey, and Edinburgh depression questionnaire, the sample selection procedure was carried out in several steps. Vitamin D levels in pregnant women with postpartum depression and non-patients are also not correlated to each other during pregnancy. Postpartum depression has been attributed to a 3. 2-fold rise in the risk of postpartum depression. Conclusion: Postpartum depression is characterized by a lack of social assistance, as well as a low incidence of postpartum depression.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.18502/ssu.v29i9.7907


Predictors of women’s depression during postpartum period

Following childbirth, approximately 20% of women suffer from postpartum depression, which, in turn, negatively impacts women's health, child's growth, and family interactions with the child and family. Depression during pregnancy, the only consistent predictor of women's depressive symptoms during the postpartum period and having a direct effect, is depression during pregnancy, i. e. During the postpartum period, women who have more depressive symptoms during pregnancy are significantly more likely to be depressed. Women who rated their subjective readiness for motherhood as lower, as well as primiparous women, who expressed greater risk of postpartum depression, were not specifically linked to these variables and depressive symptoms during the postpartum period; however, these factors and depression are not directly related to pregnancy risk.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.15388/psichol.2010.0.2571


Effect of Gestational Diabetes on Postpartum Depression-like Behavior in Rats and Its Mechanism

While recent studies have shown a strong correlation between gestational diabetes mellitus and postpartum depression, no details are available about the underlying physiological mechanism. A GDM rat model was used in this research to determine the direct effect of GDM on PPD and to investigate the mechanism. The GDM dams were divided into two groups after parturition: blood glucose not recovered group and blood glucose recovered group. By immunohistochemistry and western blot, the expression of Trp metabolic pathway in colon and brain tissues was evaluated at the endpoint. Lactobacillus and Bacteroides were negatively related with 5-HT level and positively linked with Kyn level, while Clostridium Xlva and Ruminococcus were positively correlated with 5-HT level and positively connected with Kyn level, while Clostridium XlVa and Ruminococcus were positively associated with 5-HT level and positively related with Kyn level, whereas Clostridium XlVa and Ruminococcus were positively correlated with 5-HT level, XL Xlt Xl XLy and positively correlated with Kyn level, Xl Xlvyxy Xl XlVa correlated with 5-HT level and positively correlated with Kyn level and positively XlVa and XlVa, XlVa XlvyxlVa Xlvyx Xl These results indicate that GDM alters both the Trp pathway and the composition of the gut microbiota, which provide a concrete physiological basis for PPD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14061229

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