Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women?

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Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women? / Sejbaek, Camilla S; Pinborg, Anja; Hageman, Ida; Forman, Julie L; Hougaard, Charlotte Ø; Schmidt, Lone.

I: Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica, Bind 94, 03.08.2015, s. 1048-1055.

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Sejbaek, CS, Pinborg, A, Hageman, I, Forman, JL, Hougaard, CØ & Schmidt, L 2015, 'Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women?', Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica, bind 94, s. 1048-1055. https://doi.org/10.1111/aogs.12705

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Sejbaek, C. S., Pinborg, A., Hageman, I., Forman, J. L., Hougaard, C. Ø., & Schmidt, L. (2015). Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women? Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica, 94, 1048-1055. https://doi.org/10.1111/aogs.12705

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Sejbaek CS, Pinborg A, Hageman I, Forman JL, Hougaard CØ, Schmidt L. Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women? Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica. 2015 aug 3;94:1048-1055. https://doi.org/10.1111/aogs.12705

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Sejbaek, Camilla S ; Pinborg, Anja ; Hageman, Ida ; Forman, Julie L ; Hougaard, Charlotte Ø ; Schmidt, Lone. / Are repeated assisted reproductive technology treatments and an unsuccessful outcome risk factors for unipolar depression in infertile women?. I: Acta Obstetrica et Gynecologica. 2015 ; Bind 94. s. 1048-1055.

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abstract = "INTRODUCTION: Previous studies have shown conflicting results whether unsuccessful medically assisted reproduction is a risk factor for depression among women. This study therefore investigated if women with no live birth after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment had a higher risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth after ART treatment.MATERIAL AND METHODS: The Danish National ART-Couple (DANAC) Cohort is a national register-based cohort study that consists of women who received ART treatment from 1 January 1994 to 30 September 2009, in Denmark (n = 41 050). Information on unipolar depression was obtained from the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register. The analyses were conducted in Cox regression analysis.RESULTS: During the 308 494 person-years of follow up, 552 women were diagnosed with unipolar depression. A Cox proportional hazards model showed that women in ART treatment, with no live birth yet, had a lower risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth. Women had the highest risk of unipolar depression 0-42 days after a live birth (adjusted hazard ratio 5.08, 95{\%} CI 3.11-8.29) compared with women with no live birth. A lower, but still increased, risk of unipolar depression, was found in women 43 days to 1 year and >1 year after a live birth compared with women with no live birth yet.CONCLUSIONS: Motherhood is an important trigger of unipolar depression in women conceiving after ART treatment.",
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AU - Sejbaek, Camilla S

AU - Pinborg, Anja

AU - Hageman, Ida

AU - Forman, Julie L

AU - Hougaard, Charlotte Ø

AU - Schmidt, Lone

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N2 - INTRODUCTION: Previous studies have shown conflicting results whether unsuccessful medically assisted reproduction is a risk factor for depression among women. This study therefore investigated if women with no live birth after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment had a higher risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth after ART treatment.MATERIAL AND METHODS: The Danish National ART-Couple (DANAC) Cohort is a national register-based cohort study that consists of women who received ART treatment from 1 January 1994 to 30 September 2009, in Denmark (n = 41 050). Information on unipolar depression was obtained from the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register. The analyses were conducted in Cox regression analysis.RESULTS: During the 308 494 person-years of follow up, 552 women were diagnosed with unipolar depression. A Cox proportional hazards model showed that women in ART treatment, with no live birth yet, had a lower risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth. Women had the highest risk of unipolar depression 0-42 days after a live birth (adjusted hazard ratio 5.08, 95% CI 3.11-8.29) compared with women with no live birth. A lower, but still increased, risk of unipolar depression, was found in women 43 days to 1 year and >1 year after a live birth compared with women with no live birth yet.CONCLUSIONS: Motherhood is an important trigger of unipolar depression in women conceiving after ART treatment.

AB - INTRODUCTION: Previous studies have shown conflicting results whether unsuccessful medically assisted reproduction is a risk factor for depression among women. This study therefore investigated if women with no live birth after assisted reproductive technology (ART) treatment had a higher risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth after ART treatment.MATERIAL AND METHODS: The Danish National ART-Couple (DANAC) Cohort is a national register-based cohort study that consists of women who received ART treatment from 1 January 1994 to 30 September 2009, in Denmark (n = 41 050). Information on unipolar depression was obtained from the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register. The analyses were conducted in Cox regression analysis.RESULTS: During the 308 494 person-years of follow up, 552 women were diagnosed with unipolar depression. A Cox proportional hazards model showed that women in ART treatment, with no live birth yet, had a lower risk of unipolar depression compared with women with a live birth. Women had the highest risk of unipolar depression 0-42 days after a live birth (adjusted hazard ratio 5.08, 95% CI 3.11-8.29) compared with women with no live birth. A lower, but still increased, risk of unipolar depression, was found in women 43 days to 1 year and >1 year after a live birth compared with women with no live birth yet.CONCLUSIONS: Motherhood is an important trigger of unipolar depression in women conceiving after ART treatment.

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