• What should I do if I am depressed? +

    As you recognize your depression, the first thing is to go to a mental health professional like a psychiatrist and Read More
  • Is it safe to take antidepressants during pregnancy & breastfeeding? +

    Antidepressant medications pass across the placental barrier, potentially exposing the developing fetus to the medication, women and their doctors need Read More
  • Is depression treatable? How? +

    Yes. Depression, even the most severe case, is treatable .Treatment involves taking medicines (called antidepressants) & counseling. Read More
  • What illnesses often coexist with depression in women? +

    Depression often coexists with other illnesses that may precede the depression, follow it, cause it, be a consequence of it, Read More
  • What are the risk factors for depression in women? +

    There are a number of different, yet interrelated, risk factors for depression in women. Risk Factors for Depression in Women Read More
  • Why Are Women at Greater Risk for Depression than Men? +

    Many factors unique to women are suspected to play a role in developing depression. Certain events in a woman's life Read More
  • What are the symptoms? +

    Doctors continue to learn about how women are affected by depression, but there are some common symptoms. If you're depressed, Read More
  • Is depression more common in women than in men? +

    Yes. Women are twice as likely as men to experience depression. Read More
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Yes. Women are twice as likely as men to experience depression.

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