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    Postpartum depressive MESHD symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan: The first quantitative evidence

    Authors: Midori Matsushima; Hanna Horiguchi

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-67579/v1 Date: 2020-08-28 Source: ResearchSquare

    Purpose: This study explores postpartum depression MESHD during the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan.Methods: An online survey was conducted from May 31 to June 6, 2020 and obtained 2,878 responses from mothers with infants less than 12 months. Results: The point prevalence SERO of the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale score of ≥ 9 was 26.96%. Logistic regression analysis indicated a negative association between the COVID-19 pandemic and mental well-being. Conclusion: In particular, our results indicate the importance of social support and economic recovery in ameliorating mental health of mothers in the postpartum period.

    Pregnant Women’s Health-related Behavior Changes and Psychological Status After the Peak of COVID-19 Outbreak in China: A Cross-sectional Study

    Authors: Ruixue Tian; Xu Zhang; Xiaoli Chen; Che Deng; Zhijie Zou; Yanqun Liu

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-67761/v1 Date: 2020-08-28 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: Little is known about the relationship between health-related behavior and psychological status of pregnant women during the COVID-19 outbreak. We aimed to describe the health-related behavior changes and psychological status of Chinese pregnant women, and to explore the relationship between pregnant women’s characteristics, health-related behavior and different psychological status following the peak of COVID-19 outbreak.Methods: We conducted an online survey through social media (WeChat) from March 14 to April 7. A self-designed questionnaire was used to investigate Chinese pregnant women’s health-related behavior changes. Generalized Anxiety HP Anxiety MESHD Disorder scale, Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale and Perceived Stress Scale were used to assess anxiety HP anxiety MESHD, depression MESHD and stress among pregnant women. Wilcoxon signed-rank test was used to compare health-related behavior changes before and during the COVID-19 outbreak and Spearman’s rank correlation analysis or logistic regression analysis were used to explore the relationships between variables.Results: A total of 113 pregnant women were included in this study. Most pregnant women wore masks (98.2%), changed location or tried to stay away from those who seem to have a cold or fever HP fever MESHD (99.1%) and washed hands more often than before (96.5%). Pregnant women washed hands with soap or hand sanitizer more often and went out less often than before the outbreak. There were 41.6% pregnant women who didn’t have antenatal visits or weren’t on time for antenatal visits. Majority (77.9%) pregnant women sought help when feeling panic or anxiety HP anxiety MESHD, whereas few turned to psychological workers. The rates of pregnant women with anxiety HP anxiety MESHD, depression MESHD and health risk stress were 64.6%, 58.4% and 54.9%, respectively. Analysis of relationship between variables showed that household income, gestational age TRANS, pregnancy complications, knowledge about COVID-19 and maternal and child TRANS protection, perception of the likelihood of infection MESHD, the frequency of going out, prenatal check-up behavior, help-seeking behavior were significantly associated or correlated with psychological status.  Conclusions: Attention should be paid to the mental health of pregnant women with specific health-related behaviors changes. Screening for mental health problems and psychological interventions among pregnant women are needed. 

    Postpartum mood among universally screened high and low MESHD socioeconomic status patients during COVID-19 social restrictions in New York City.

    Authors: Michael E. Silverman; Laudy Burgos; Zoe I. Rodriguez; Omara Afzal; Alyssa Kalishman; Francesco Callipari; Yvon Pena; Ruth Gabay; Holly Loudon

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-61938/v1 Date: 2020-08-18 Source: ResearchSquare

    Introduction: The mental health effects of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 MESHD (SARS-CoV-2) and the Coronavirus disease MESHD 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on postpartum women is of increasing concern among mental health practitioners. To date only a handful of studies have explored the impact of the pandemic during pregnancy and none have attempted explore the impact of pandemic related social restrictions on postpartum mood.Methods: Postpartum patients appearing to the Mount Sinai Health System for their postpartum appointment between January 2, 2020 and June 30, 2020, corresponding to before and during pandemic imposed social restrictions, were screened for mood symptomatology using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale (EPDS). Each patient’s socioeconomic status (SES; high/low) was determined by their location of clinical service.Results: 516 postpartum patients were screened. While no differences in EPDS scores were observed by SES prior to social restrictions (t(262)=0.23, p=.82), a significant change in mood HP symptomatology was observed following COVID-19 restrictions (t(288)=2.32, p<.02), with patients living in lower SES reporting significantly less depression MESHD symptomatology (t(321)=4.07, p<.01). There was no change in symptomatology among patients of higher SES (t(191)=0.59, p=0.56).Discussion: Postpartum depression MESHD, the most common complication of childbearing, is a prevalent, cross-cultural disorder with significant morbidity. The observed differences in postpartum mood between patients of different SES in the context of temporarily imposed COVID-19 related social restrictions present a unique opportunity to better understand the specific health and social support needs of postpartum patients living in urban poverty. Given that maternal mental illness has negative long-term developmental implications for the offspring, and that poor mental health reinforces the poverty cycle, future policy specifically directed towards supporting urban postpartum women living in low-SES by ameliorating some of the early maternal mental health burdens associated with balancing employment-family-childcare demands may assist in interrupting this cycle while simultaneously improving the long-term outcomes of their offspring.

    Psychosocial factors associated with postpartum psychological distress during the Covid-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study.

    Authors: Luca Ostacoli; Stefano Cosma; Federica Bevilacqua; Paola Berchialla; Marialuisa Bovetti; Andrea Roberto Carosso; Francesca Malandrone; Sara Carletto; Chiara Benedetto

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-54728/v1 Date: 2020-08-06 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background Trauma MESHD, natural and man-made catastrophic events can be predictors of postpartum psychological distress. In a public health response due to coronavirus disease MESHD 2019 outbreak, the Italian government imposed a lockdown from March 9 to May 3. This extraordinary situation may have been challenging for maternal psychological health. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence SERO of depressive MESHD and post- traumatic stress symptoms MESHD in women giving birth during the Covid-19 pandemic and its associations with quarantine measures, obstetrical factors, and relational attachment style. Methods Women who gave birth in a high-volume obstetric/gynaecological medical centre located in an epidemic area during the Covid-19 pandemic (March 8 to June 15) were asked to complete an online survey about their childbirth experience and the perceived effect of the pandemic. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale (EPDS), the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R), and the Relationship Questionnaire (RQ) were administered to assess levels of postpartum depressive MESHD and post- traumatic stress symptoms MESHD (PTSS) and relational style of attachment, respectively. Multivariate analysis was applied to identify associations between quarantine measures, childbirth experience, attachment style, and EPDS and IES-R scores.Results The survey was completed by 163 women (response rate 60.8%). The prevalence SERO of depressive symptoms MESHD was 44.2% (EPDS cut-off score ≥11) and the PTSS rate was 42.9% (IES-R cut-off score ≥24). Dismissive and fearful avoidant attachment styles were significantly associated with the risk of depression MESHD and PTSS, respectively. Perceived pain HP pain MESHD during delivery was a risk factor for postpartum depression MESHD. Perceived support provided by healthcare staff was a protective factor against depression MESHD and PTSS. Another protective factor against PTSS was quiet on the ward due to the absence of hospital visitors. Conclusion This study reports a high prevalence SERO of postpartum depressive MESHD and PTSS in women who delivered during the Covid-19 pandemic. Postnatal psychological distress seemed to be associated more with the prenatal experience and other individual factors than with the pandemic hospital restrictions. Early detection during pregnancy of an insecure attachment style is fundamental to provide targeted preventive and therapeutic psychological interventions.

    Prevalence SERO and factors associated with postpartum depression MESHD during the COVID-19 pandemic among women in Guangzhou, China: a cross-sectional study

    Authors: Peiqin Liang; Yiding Wang; Si Shi; Yan Liu; Ribo Xiong

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-27560/v2 Date: 2020-05-08 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: The 2019 coronavirus disease MESHD (COVID-19) is a public health emergency of international concern. To date, there are limited studies that have investigated the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on mental health among female TRANS population. Therefore, the study aims to investigate the prevalence SERO of postpartum depression MESHD (PPD) and it’s related factors among women in Guangzhou, China, during the COVID-19 pandemic.Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed from 30th March 2020 to 13th April 2020 using anonymous online questionnaire among 864 women at 6-12 weeks postpartum. The Chinese version of Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale and a questionnaire regarding associated factors were administered to all participants. Multivariate logistic regression was used to determine factors that were significantly associated with PPD MESHD.Results: The prevalence SERO of PPD among women at 6-12 weeks postpartum was 30.0%. A multivariate logistic regression model identified significant factors as: immigrant women, persistent fever HP fever MESHD, poor social support, concerns about contracting COVID-19 and certain precautionary measures.Conclusions: The findings suggest the need for policies and interventions to not only mitigate the psychological impacts but also targeting disadvantaged sub-groups of women following childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Prevalence SERO and Factors Associated With Postpartum Depression MESHD During the Covid-19 Pandemic Among Women in Guangzhou, China: A Cross-sectional Study

    Authors: Ribo Xiong; Yan Liu; Peiqin Liang; Yiding Wang; Si Shi

    doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-27560/v1 Date: 2020-05-08 Source: ResearchSquare

    Background: The 2019 coronavirus disease MESHD (COVID-19) epidemic is a public health emergency of international concern. To date, there are limited studies that have investigated the impact of VOVID-19 pandemic on mental health among female TRANS population. This is especially pertinent with the emotional health vulnerability surrounding pregnancy and childbirth. Therefore, the study aims to investigate the prevalence SERO of PPD and it’s related factors among women in Guangzhou, China, during the COVID-19 pandemic.Methods: A cross-sectional study was performed from 30th March 2020 to 13th April 2020 using anonymous online questionnaire among 864 women at 6-12 weeks postpartum. The Chinese version of Edinburgh Postnatal Depression MESHD Scale and a questionnaire regarding associated factors were administered to all participants. Multivariate logistic regression was used to determine factors that were significantly associated with PPD.Results: The prevalence SERO of PPD among women at 6-12 weeks postpartum was 30.0%. A multivariate logistic regression model identified significant factors as: immigrant women, persistent fever HP fever MESHD, poor social support, concerns about contracting COVID-19 and certain precautionary measures.Conclusions: The findings suggest the need for policies and interventions to not only mitigate the psychological impacts but also targeting disadvantaged sub-groups of women following childbirth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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