How and when to treat depression in pregnancy

12:51 EDT 24 Mar 2016 | British Medical Journal

Depression in pregnancy affects up to 10% of women, a rate only slightly lower than in the postpartum period. Yet, as few as 20% of pregnant women with depression receive adequate treatment. Louise Howard, professor in women’s mental health at King's College London, joins us to discuss the clinical review on depression in pregnancy. Read the...

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