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Post-Partum Depression Clinical Trials

A listing of Post-Partum Depression medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (31) clinical trials

Neuraxial Preservative Free Morphine for Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery

After obtaining consent, women presenting to the labor floor at Mount Sinai Hospital will be randomized into two groups, intervention and placebo. Baseline demographic data and surveys in regards to postpartum depression, anxiety, breastfeed willingness and pain scores will be obtained. After delivery of the baby patients will either receive …

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Low-dose S-Ketamine and Postpartum Depression in Parturients With Prenatal Depression

Postpartum depression refers to maternal depression developed early after childbirth, with reported incidences varied from 10% to 20%. The development of postpartum depression produces harmful effects not only on mothers, but also on infants and young children. Prenatal depression or high depression score is an independent risk factor for the …

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Low-dose S-ketamine in Women With Prenatal Depression

Studies have shown that prenatal depression symptoms are important predictors of postpartum depression. Screening of pregnant women's mental condition before giving birth, early identification of pregnant women with symptoms of prenatal depression, and providing appropriate interventions may play an important role in reducing the incidence of postpartum depression. Ketamine is …

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A Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of SAGE-217 in Participants With Severe Postpartum Depression (PPD)

The purpose of this study is to determine if treatment with SAGE-217 reduces depressive symptoms in females with severe postpartum depression (PPD) as compared to placebo.

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Reducing Maternal Depression and Promoting Infant Social-Emotional Health & Development

To address the life course needs of depressed mothers and their infants, brief, accessible, and integrated interventions that target both maternal depression and specific nurturing parent behaviors demonstrated to improve infant social-emotional communication outcomes are needed. In prior programmatic research, two separate web-based, remote coaching interventions for: (a) parent nurturing …

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PREPP: Preventing Postpartum Depression

Of the nearly 4 million mothers delivering live births each year in the United States, approximately 560,000 or 14% will develop major or minor depression within the first four months postpartum, when the rate peaks. This number dwarfs prevalence rates for gestational diabetes (2-5%) and is comparable to preterm birth …

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Initial Intervention Efficacy for an Online PTSD Intervention for Pregnant Women

The current study aims to test a brief computer-assisted intervention (psychoeducation + skills) for pregnant women with elevated PTSD symptoms. In this open trial pilot feasibility study, 20 pregnant women in their first trimester will be invited to participate in the study if they endorse elevated PTSD symptoms. Oxytocin and …

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Birth Experience During COVID-19 Confinement

Different studies have demonstrated that the absence of companionship during labor and childbirth may be responsible for a negative birth experience, an increased risk of postnatal depression and/or post traumatic stress disorders. These situation may also have a negative impact on mother-child interaction, on marital and family relationship and on …

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rTMS for Peripartum Depression

Peripartum Depression (PPD) is common and severely disabling. Pharmacological intervention remains the first line of treatment, however many patients do not experience any benefits from them. Furthermore, many women are hesitant about pharmaceutical interventions due to the unknown effects on foetal health and lactation. Hence novel treatment approaches are required …

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Healthy Lifestyle Intervention for High-Risk Minority Pregnant Women

A randomized controlled trial will test a cognitive behavioral skills building intervention (COPE-P) in Black and Hispanic women experiencing emotional distress in two sites (New York and Ohio) to determine if the intervention leads to better health behaviors, better psychosocial health (anxiety, stress, and depressive symptoms), and improved birth and …

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