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Figure 1

Figure 1. Study Assessments. From: DOES ANTIDEPRESSANT USE ATTENUATE THE RISK OF A MAJOR DEPRESSIVE EPISODE IN PREGNANCY?.

LMP indicates Last Menstrual Period; MDE indicates Major Depressive Episode

Kimberly A. Yonkers, et al. Epidemiology. ;22(6):848-854.
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Figure 2. Study Recruitment and Selection of Analytic Sample. From: DOES ANTIDEPRESSANT USE ATTENUATE THE RISK OF A MAJOR DEPRESSIVE EPISODE IN PREGNANCY?.

1 major depressive episode in month 1 of pregnancy or no history of depression
2 Those who were excluded because of a concurrent medical condition had substance or alcohol abuse, hypothyroidism, sickle cell anemia, pancreatitis, human immunodeficiency virus, or use of an antipsychotic or anticonvulsant

Kimberly A. Yonkers, et al. Epidemiology. ;22(6):848-854.

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