Miscarriage is a distressing event that affects each woman differently, but it can result in sadness, anxiety, depression, and even PTSD symptoms (PTSD). Many women's anxiety and depression following a miscarriage can last for years, even after the birth of a healthy child. Previous pregnancy loss is rarely included alongside other risk factors such as a family history of depression, stressful life events, or a lack of social support when determining if a woman is at risk of prenatal or postnatal depression. Women who have had one or more miscarriages may develop mental disorder months or years after the incident. According to some evidence, men and women might be affected for up to 15 years after a loss. Despite the fact that miscarriage is recognised as a public health issue, research into the mental health of women following a loss is still insufficient. Women and their partners may experience more intrusive thoughts if they have a recurrent miscarriage. Miscarriage has an emotional impact and might lead to mental health issues. Primary maternal preoccupation is one of the disorders that can develop.
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