Abstract: A 19-year-old woman with a medical history of depressive mood arrived and was treated with lamotrigine at 25 mg/day. On day 10, a high fever of 39.3°C and a diffuse, erythematous, pruritic full-body rash involving the palms of her hands and the soles of her feet developed, and she was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS). On day 17, white blood cell count (WBC) result was 1,240/?l with 54.1% neutrophils (670/?l), and the WBC decreased to 840/?l with 60.7% neutrophils (510/?l) on day 18.
Abstract: Objective: Depression during pregnancy can negatively affect both maternal and fetal health. The benefits of early detection and treatment for antenatal depression have been emphasized. Therefore, we investigated risk factors for antenatal depression with a focus on emotional support.Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study of pregnant women (n=1262) enrolled from the local division of a community mental health center.