Vigod SN, Kurdyak P, Brown HK, Nguyen GC, Targownik LE, Seow CH, Kuenzig ME, Benchimol EI. Gut. 2019 Sep;68(9):1597-1605.
Risk of new onset mental illness was elevated in women with IBD in the postpartum period (aHR 1.20, 95%?CI 1.09 to 1.31), but not during pregnancy, and for Crohn’s disease (aHR 1.12, 95%?CI 1.02 to 1.23), but not ulcerative colitis. The risk was specifically elevated for a new-onset mood or anxiety disorder (aHR 1.14, 95%?CI 1.04 to 1.26) and alcohol or substance use disorders (aHR 2.73, 95%?CI 1.42 to 5.26).
Hamazaki K, Matsumura K, Tsuchida A, Kasamatsu H, Tanaka T, Ito M, Inadera H; Japan Environment and Children’s Study Group. Psychol Med. 2019 Sep 19:1-9.
Multivariable logistic regression showed a reduced risk of postpartum depression at 6 months in the second to fifth quintiles v. the lowest quintile for fish and n-3 PUFA intake. At 1 year after delivery, fish intake was associated with a reduced risk of serious mental illness in the second to fifth quintiles v. the lowest quintile for fish and in the third to fifth quintiles v. the lowest quintile for n-3 PUFA intake.
Barkin JL, Beals L, Bridges CC, Ezeamama A, Serati M, Buoli M, Erickson A, Chapman M, Bloch JR. J Am Psychiatr Nurses Assoc. 2019 Sep 27:
Huang R, Yang D, Lei B, Yan C, Tian Y, Huang X, Lei J. J Affect Disord. 2019 Sep 11;260:670-679
A total of 13 randomized controlled trials met inclusion criteria and were included in the final analysis. In the short-term effect analysis, mother-infant psychotherapy reduced standardized mean depressive scores (-0.25, 95% CI -0.40, -0.09) and risk ratio (0.71, 95% CI 0.55, 0.91). In the long-term effect analysis, mother-infant psychotherapy did not improve maternal mood, mother-infant interaction and infant attachment.
Kiviruusu O, Pietikäinen JT, Kylliäinen A, Pölkki P, Saarenpää-Heikkilä O, Marttunen M, Paunio T, Paavonen EJ. J Affect Disord. 2019 Sep 10;260:629-637.
For both mothers and fathers, a solution with three stable depressive symptom trajectories (low: 63.1% mothers and 74.9% fathers; moderate: 28.1% and 22.6%; high: 8.8% and 2.6%) was considered the best fitting and most informative. Insomnia, earlier depression, anxiousness, stressfulness, and poor family atmosphere predicted the moderate and high (compared to low) depressive symptom trajectories among both mothers and fathers in multivariate analyses. Mother’s higher depressive symptom trajectory was significantly associated with father’s higher symptom trajectory (p < 0.001).
Minaldi E, D’Andrea S, Castellini C, Martorella A, Francavilla F, Francavilla S, Barbonetti A. J Endocrinol Invest. 2019 Sep 24.
Five included studies provided information on 449 women with TPOAb-positive and 2483 TPOAb-negative women. Pooled RR indicated a significantly increased risk to develop PPD in TPOAb-positive group (RR 1.49, 95% CI 1.11-2.00).
McEvoy KM, Rayapati D, Washington Cole KO, Erdly C, Payne JL, Osborne LM. J Clin Sleep Med. 2019 Sep 15;15(9):1303-1310.
Poor sleep quality in the early postpartum period independently predicts development of later PPD.
Gordon H, Nath S, Trevillion K, Moran P, Pawlby S, Newman L, Howard LM, Molyneaux E. J Clin Psychiatry. 2019 Sep 10;80(5).
Self-harm ideation during pregnancy is associated with elevated depressive symptoms in the perinatal period and with poorer quality mother-infant interactions.
Tichelman E, Westerneng M, Witteveen AB, van Baar AL, van der Horst HE, de Jonge A, Berger MY, Schellevis FG, Burger H, Peters LL. PLoS One. 2019 Sep 24;
Among 123 correlates identified, 3 were consistently associated with mother-to-infant bonding quality: 1) duration of gestation at assessment was positively associated with prenatal bonding quality, 2) depressive symptoms were negatively associated with postnatal mother-to-infant bonding quality, and 3) mother-to-infant bonding quality earlier in pregnancy or postpartum was positively associated with mother-to-infant bonding quality later in time.
Rossen L, Mattick RP, Wilson J, Clare PJ, Burns L, Allsop S, Elliott EJ, Jacobs S, Olsson CA, Hutchinson D. Matern Child Health J. 2019 Sep 16.
This study shows a strong continuity between postnatal bonding at 8-weeks and 12-months. Early postpartum stress and depression were associated with bonding at 12-months; however, the effect did not persist after adjusting for bonding at 8-weeks. Tobacco use at 8-weeks, but no other indicators of mental health, predicted lower emotional availability scores at 12-months.