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Global mourning: Study finds link between pregnancy loss and mental illness

Global mourning: Study finds link between pregnancy loss and mental illness

Big Tech is censoring us. Subscribe to our email list and bookmark LifeSiteNews.com to continue getting our news. Subscribe now. March 5, 2021 ( LifeSiteNews) – Abortion not only aggravates pre-existing mental illness but also can mark the onset of problems for women with no history of psychiatric disorders, according to a new study.

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Effects of Pregnancy Loss on Subsequent Postpartum Mental Health: A Prospective Longitudinal Cohort Study

Pregnancy loss, natural or induced, is linked to higher rates of mental health problems, but little is known about its effects during the postpartum period. This study identifies the percentages of women receiving at least one postpartum psychiatric treatment (PPT), defined as any psychiatric treatment (ICD-9 290-316) within six months of their first live birth, relative to their history of pregnancy loss, history of prior mental health treatments, age, and race.