Study looks at postnatal psychosis in first-time mothers

02/13/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Swedish researchers reported about half of first-time mothers with postnatal psychosis had no history of mental illness requiring hospitalization. The study found the first 30 days after the birth of a child carried the greatest risk for developing psychosis and that it was more common among women ages 35 and older.

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