Prevalence and effective factors on post-natal depression women in Garmsar, Iran
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Background and aims: Depression
is an affective (mood) disorder accompanied by the sense of disappointment, incompetence, sense of transgression, fear and sense of humility. Depression
is the daily depressed-mood for two weeks. The aim of this study is analysis of the prevalence and effective factors
on post-natal depression in women referring to Garmsar
city health centers in ۲۰۱۵. Methods: This study is a descriptive and periodical study. The statistical population in this research includes the women who went to Garmsar
city health centers during the second and third quarters in ۲۰۱۵, two months after their labor. The method of collecting data in this study was by census, and the data-collecting tool was Edinburg standard questionnaire for post-natal depression diagnosis. After collecting and re-controlling, the data were analyzed by SPSS ۲۰ software package. Descriptive statistics (average and standard deviation) were used for describing the data. The analytical statistical tests (chi square and independent t-test) were used for the data analysis. Results: The findings showed that ۴۰ out of ۱۱۰ mothers were depressed (score of over ۱۲), and the prevalence of post-natal depression mothers referred to Garmsar
health centers was about ۳۶%. The results indicated that there were no significant statistical relations between mother’s age, education, number of labor, types of childbirth, children’s sex, unwanted pregnancies, the history of sterility, and post-natal depression. Conclusion: Due to unpleasant effects of depression on the living qualities of mothers’ and the embryos’ and eventually the families, and due to its extensive prevalence in the city of Garmsar, precise identification of effective factors
in emergence of this disorder seems to be essential. By awareness from its risk factors, some of the inevitable factors could be reduced or even confronted, and the relevant consequences can be reduced by timely and proper interventions.
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Boomadi, Fatemeh and Hatamian, Sareh and salehi, fatemeh and ahmadi, seyede nafiseh and ahmadi, seyede soghra,1395,Prevalence and effective factors on post-natal depression women in Garmsar, Iran,https://civilica.com/doc/1228281
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