(Abstracted from JAMA Pediatr 2018;172(10):973–981)
Depression and anxiety are common during pregnancy. These disorders are estimated to affect 7% to 20% of pregnant women; however, many women reach only a subclinical threshold and are not formally diagnosed.
Waisman Center (D.C.D., E.M.P., S.R.K., N.A., C.K.S., N.L.S., N.H.K., H.H.G., A.L.A., R.J.D.), Department of Psychology (E.M.P., N.H.K., H.H.G., R.J.D.), and Center for Healthy Minds (W.W., C.K.S., C.F., C.A.B., S.J.S., R.J.D.), University of Wisconsin; Departments of Medical Physics (R.M.B., A.L.A.) and Psychiatry (R.M.B., N.H.K., A.L.A., R.J.D.), School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and Departments of Psychiatry (M.A.S.) and Computer Science (M.A.S.), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC