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Substance Use Among Young Mothers: An Analysis of Facebook Posts

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Oram D, Tzilos Wernette G, Nichols L, Vydiswaran V, Zhao X, Chang T. Substance Use Among Young Mothers: An Analysis of Facebook Posts. JMIR Pediatr Parent 2018;1(2):e10261 URL: https://pediatrics.jmir.org/2018/2/e10261 DOI: 10.2196/10261
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Background:Substance use among young pregnant women is a common and significant public health concern associated with a number of adverse outcomes for both mothers and infants. Social media posts by young women can provide valuable, real-world insight into their perceptions of substance use immediately before and during pregnancy.

 

Between invisibility and stigma: consumption of psychoactive substances among pregnant and postpartum women at three Argentine general hospitals

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Diez, M., Pawlowicz, M. P., Vissicchio, F., Amendolaro, R., Barla, J. C., Muñiz, A., & Arrúa, L. (2020). Between invisibility and stigma: consumption of psychoactive substances among pregnant and postpartum women at three Argentine general hospitals. Salud Colectiva, 16, e2509.
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Psychiatric Co-Morbidities in Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorders: Prevalence, Impact, and Implications for Treatment

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Arnaudo, C.L., Andraka-Christou, B. & Allgood, K. Curr Addict Rep (2017) 4: 1. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40429-017-0132-4
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This review seeks to investigate three questions: What is the prevalence of comorbid psychiatric diagnoses among pregnant women with opioid use disorder (OUD)? How do comorbid psychiatric illnesses impact pregnant women with OUD? And how do comorbid psychiatric illnesses affect the ability of pregnant women with OUD to adhere to and complete OUD treatment?