Pregnancy doesn't raise risk of mental health problems

07/8/2008 | Washington Post, The

Researchers analyzed interviews of more than 43,000 people -- including some 14,549 women who had been pregnant in the previous year -- and found pregnancy alone does not increase the risk of common mental health disorders. The study did find, however, some groups of pregnant women had a high prevalence of psychiatric disorders.

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