Posts Tagged ‘reproductive psychiatry’

Brace Yourself: Pregnancy Can Make Marriage Harder

Be Proactive and Prepare for the Ways in which Pregnancy May Impact Your Marriage After the initial euphoria of becoming pregnant wears off, a backlash of emotion on the part of both partners can stress even the most solid marriages.  While it is perfectly normal to expect that some marital patterns will change after pregnancy, […] Read more…

A Closer Look at Autism in Children and Mothers Taking SSRIs

Is There a Link Between Autism in Children and Mothers Taking SSRIs? The incidence of autism among children approximately doubled between 2000 and 2012 according to data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC.) As the number of children diagnosed with the disorder continues to grow, pregnant mothers are becoming more concerned that their behaviors and […] Read more…

Coping With Depression After Miscarriage

Experiencing a miscarriage can be devastating for a woman.  The effects of not fully grieving from the experience of a miscarriage can lead to a spiral of bad feelings that can ultimately lead to clinical depression.  Having seen many women suffering from anxiety and depression relating to their miscarriages, I would like to assure you […] Read more…

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Infertility and Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) and Mental Health

About one in ten Americans experiences infertility and it’s becoming more common, according to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). When faced with infertility, both men and women tend to blame themselves, but it’s important to remember that infertility isn’t a sign that you’re not meant to have children. After hearing your diagnosis, you’re […] Read more…