6 edition of Bipolar and Pregnant found in the catalog.
August 15, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||Marjorie McCulloch RN (Foreword), PsyD, DABPS, Jay Carter (Contributor), MD, OB/GYN, Judith Hiemenga (Contributor), MD, Ingrid Eerdmans (Contributor), PhD, FACMG, Helga Toriello (Contributor), Fred Finn (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Getting pregnant. If you have bipolar disorder it’s best to talk to your doctor and psychiatrist (if you have one) before you become pregnant. This will help make sure you are on the most appropriate medication for you and your baby and that your condition is stable. Find out more about Bipolar disorder and planning a pregnancy. And the book itself, the book that was ultimately published, I wrote in 10 months or so. Once I got treated for my bipolar disorder, I was able to channel the creativity effectively and focus.
Hi pregnant friends!I just found out this past Friday that I'm expecting and I'm wondering if any of you have experience being pregnant with mental health issues. I've been taking meds for depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder (I'm fun at. A recent study reviews and analyzes pregnancy outcomes in women with bipolar disorder. In this report, researchers reviewed published studies which included women with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder prior to pregnancy who were pregnant and/or followed for one year after childbirth.
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Recognizing that there was no go-to guide that helps women with manic depression navigate pre-natal, pregnancy, and postpartum issues, Finn collaborated with geneticists, obstetricians, psychologists, and psychiatrists to bring you this ultimate support-group-in-a-book and pregnancy resource.
In Bipolar and Pregnant, Finn shares her insights Cited Bipolar and Pregnant book 1. Bipolar pregnancy is a tricky time, but you CAN manage. Risk of bipolar relapse increases. Medication can be dangerous.
Get the facts NOW. According to Bipolar Disorder for Dummies, (which incidentally is an excellent book, and is definitely NOT for dummies), there are 3 main challenges involved in bipolar and pregnancy: 1. MEDICATION. Recognizing that there was no go-to guide that helps women with manic depression navigate pre-natal, pregnancy, and postpartum issues, Finn collaborated with geneticists, obstetricians, psychologists, and psychiatrists to bring you this ultimate support-group-in-a-book and pregnancy resource.
In Bipolar and Pregnant, Finn shares her insights. Download Book Bipolar And Pregnant in PDF format. You can Read Online Bipolar And Pregnant here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats. Bipolar And Pregnant Author: Kristin K. Finn ISBN: Genre: Health & Fitness File Size: 86 MB.
The first book to tackle one of the leading concerns of women with manic depression and related disorders You have bipolar disorder and want to start a family. There is so much to know and manage when thinking about becoming pregnant and having an optimal pregnancy.
Bipolar disorder, however, can worsen during pregnancy. Pregnant women or new mothers with bipolar disorder have seven times the risk of hospital admissions compared to pregnant women who do not Author: Annie Stuart.
Type I Bipolar is a more severe form of the disorder with worsened periods of mania and depression. Type II Bipolar is a less severe form with shorter and Bipolar and Pregnant book extreme manic and depressive periods. Bipolar disorder is not a rare condition and there is no lesser chance of getting pregnant with the disorder as long as you are under good medical care.
You, your doctor, and obstetrician might decide to cease medications during pregnancy, at which time you’ll need to rely on other forms of treatment for bipolar disorder, such as self-care, and Author: Kristeen Cherney.
Buy Bipolar and Pregnant: How to Manage and Succeed in Planning and Parenting While Living with Manic Depression 1 by Kristin K. Finn (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Bipolar and Pregnant book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The first book to tackle one of the leading concerns of women 3/5(3). This engaging book is a must read not only for pregnant woman or those with bipolar, but also friends, family, and health professionals.
McDowell provides a real life memoir that is captivating, inspiring, and educational.5/5(8). Pregnancy Family & Pregnancy. Family & Pregnancy. All About Pregnancy. Getting Pregnant; my plan for a happy marriage is to manage bipolar disorder separately from managing my marriage.
years. The issue of whether bipolar illness improves dur-ing pregnancy is controversial (2–6), but, in any case, preg-nancy is not protective for a ll women with bipolar disorder (6), and management of the illness in pregnancy is most difficult when the pregnancy is unanticipated.
Since many pregnancies are unplanned and women with bipolar dis. Provides information on diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in special populations, including children, the elderly, and pregnant or breast-feeding women The Bipolar Book History, Neurobiology, and Treatment.
The main treatment for bipolar disorder is medication. For women who have been diagnosed with bipolar before they are pregnant it is a good idea to plan your pregnancy with the help of a doctor. Some medications used for bipolar can’t be taken during pregnancy and changes to your medication must be balanced with the risk of relapse.
As you can see, pregnancy adds a new dimension to bipolar disorder treatment. It's important that you talk with your healthcare professional (prescribing doctor as well as your OB-GYN) before you get pregnant so that you can create a plan that will keep you and your baby healthy during and after the pregnancy.
Careful management of bipolar disorder during pregnancy is critical because for so many patients with this illness, the road to emotional well-being has been a long one, requiring a combination of careful pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic of referrals to our Center for Women’s Mental Health – where we evaluate and treat women before, during, and after pregnancy – are for.
This topic discusses pharmacotherapy for pregnant patients with mania or hypomania. Treatment of bipolar major depression during pregnancy, prenatal maintenance pharmacotherapy for bipolar disorder, the teratogenic and postnatal risks of medications used for bipolar disorder, and the general treatment of mania and hypomania is discussed separately.
This vivid, emotional memoir describes the experience of Katie McDowell, a young woman grappling with a harrowing new diagnosis and a baby on the way. Over the unpredictable course of pregnancy, she confronts many important issues of bipolar disorder, including diagnosis and Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
Jeanette has bipolar disorder and has been on lithium since she was Her pregnancy was unplanned and she was extremely anxious because she was told it was very dangerous to get pregnant whilst taking lithium.
“I found out I was pregnant when I was 11 weeks gone. I wasn’t supposed to get pregnant because I was on lithium for bipolar disorder. BIPOLAR DISORDER IN PREGNANCY • Women with BD who discontinue their medication before or during pregnancy have a 60 - 70% risk of recurrence (most frequently in 1 st trimester) • Stopping medications during pregnancy also increased the risk for PP episodes (66% compared to 23%) • Higher risk of antepartum hemorrhage, placental.
Introduction. Bipolar disorder is a chronic and episodic severe mental disorder, often requiring continuous mood stabilising treatment to prevent relapses and to lower the risk of suicide.
1 2 Lithium, certain anticonvulsants, and antipsychotics are recommended as mood stabilisers in bipolar disorder. 2 Knowledge about the consequences of treatment with mood stabilisers during pregnancy .Women with bipolar disorder face difficult reproductive decisions.
Both clinical and epidemiological studies have found that they have a high risk of recurrence after childbirth.1 – 4 At the same time, pharmacological treatment may bear teratogenic and possible long-term effects on the offspring and does not guarantee against a recurrence.4, 5 Women find it very difficult to get information.