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There are many distinct forms of psychosis which start during pregnancy (prepartum) or after delivery (postpartum). In Europe and North America, only one – polymorphic psychosis (postpartum psychosis)– is commonly seen. (Postpartum bipolar, referred to in the DSM-5 as bipolar, peripartum onset, is a separate condition with no psychotic features.) But, in times past, about one quarter of psychoses after childbirth were 'organic'. This means that a severe mental disturbance, usually in the form of delirium, develops as a complication of a somatic illness. The organic psychoses of childbearing will now be summarized, starting with two seen during pregnancy, followed by at least ten that begin after delivery. Those that occur during delivery itself will be described under a separate Wikipedia

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  • There are many distinct forms of psychosis which start during pregnancy (prepartum) or after delivery (postpartum). In Europe and North America, only one – polymorphic psychosis (postpartum psychosis)– is commonly seen. (Postpartum bipolar, referred to in the DSM-5 as bipolar, peripartum onset, is a separate condition with no psychotic features.) But, in times past, about one quarter of psychoses after childbirth were 'organic'. This means that a severe mental disturbance, usually in the form of delirium, develops as a complication of a somatic illness. The organic psychoses of childbearing will now be summarized, starting with two seen during pregnancy, followed by at least ten that begin after delivery. Those that occur during delivery itself will be described under a separate Wikipedia
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  • There are many distinct forms of psychosis which start during pregnancy (prepartum) or after delivery (postpartum). In Europe and North America, only one – polymorphic psychosis (postpartum psychosis)– is commonly seen. (Postpartum bipolar, referred to in the DSM-5 as bipolar, peripartum onset, is a separate condition with no psychotic features.) But, in times past, about one quarter of psychoses after childbirth were 'organic'. This means that a severe mental disturbance, usually in the form of delirium, develops as a complication of a somatic illness. The organic psychoses of childbearing will now be summarized, starting with two seen during pregnancy, followed by at least ten that begin after delivery. Those that occur during delivery itself will be described under a separate Wikipedia entry on the psychiatric disorders of childbirth.
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