2023
DOI: 10.1007/s00737-023-01291-7
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Twin pregnancy and severe maternal mental illness: a Canadian population-based cohort study

Abstract: Objective: To quantity the short-and long-term risks of severe maternal mental illness arising after a twin vs. singleton birth.Methods: This propensity-score weighted population-based retrospective cohort study comprised primiparous Canadian women aged 15-50 years. We compared 15,024 twin livebirths to 796,804 singletons livebirths, from 2003-2019. The primary composite outcome was a psychiatric emergency department visit, hospitalization, self-harm or suicide eventboth in the first year postpartum, and from … Show more

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