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WHEN IT COMES TO PREGNANCY, BAD TIMING MAY BE A RISK FACTOR FOR DEPRESSION




In early studies designed to identify specific risk factors for postpartum depression, unplanned pregnancy was identified as a relatively weak predictor of postpartum depression. But there are many different types of unplanned pregnancy. For example, an unplanned but desired pregnancy is distinct from an unplanned and unwanted pregnancy. Or what about a pregnancy that is unplanned and badly timed? It turns out that these distinctions may be important in determining risk for depression.
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