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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 (48) clinical trials

Preventing Postpartum Depression With Intranasal Oxytocin

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a debilitating disorder which imposes a threat to mother and infant health. An estimated 600,000 American women suffer from PPD annually, making it one of the most frequent complications of pregnancy. Available secondary preventive interventions are often ineffective, which calls for identifying novel means for prevention. ...

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Labor Pain and Postpartum Behavioral Health Outcomes Study

Our primary goal in this prospective observational study is to observe laboring women's sensitivity to, and characteristics of, labor pain, for the primary outcome of postpartum depression. Secondary endpoints include parenting self-efficacy, maternal-infant attachment, and infant development. The purpose of this pilot phase is to establish study protocol feasibility, and ...

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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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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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Postpartum Perineal Pain After Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries

Obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) encompass both third and fourth degree perineal tears. These tears can have a significant impact on women's quality of life in the short and long term. One of the most distressing immediate complications of this severe perineal injury is perineal pain. Women can also experience ...

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Meditation for NICU Moms

This project explores whether meditation increases breastmilk supply in mothers who are pumping milk for infants in the NICU. Mothers will be randomly assigned to daily meditation while pumping using an app designed for meditation for new mothers, and their breastmilk volume will be measured after one week of meditation ...

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Maternal Mental Health

Half of the study participants will receive a social work consult and treatment with psychology therapy in the hospital. The psychology therapy will be 2-3 fifty-minute therapy sessions while the child is in the hospital. An outpatient psychiatry/psychology follow up appointment will be offered if needed as per routine care. ...

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MOther-Child Interaction Assessment TRAINING for Pediatricians

The originality of the MOCITRAINING study lies in the integration of infant and maternal care during the pediatric consultation and the assessment of the impact of this type of care in the short and medium term on The MOCITRAINING program could contribute to improving the quality of parent-child interactions.

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Factors and Outcomes Associated With Postpartum Cabergoline Use

Cabergoline is a dopamine receptor agonist. Outside of the United States, it is occasionally used to suppress lactation, most commonly after a pregnancy loss or stillbirth. However, the investigators noted that the patient population in Israel has been requesting cabergoline for administration after healthy births, for immediate lactation suppression. Use ...

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A Study of Pregnant and Postpartum Women With and Without Mood Disorders

Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a serious syndrome which resembles a major depressive episode and occurs in 10-20% of all mothers in the year following delivery. In addition, 20 - 30 % of women with Bipolar Disorder will experience postpartum psychosis (mania) and at least 20 % will experience a postpartum ...

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