April 01, 2008
Treatment of Women

CME Activity

Add a subscription to complete this activity and earn CME credit.
Sample questions:
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) is a common clinical problem that is often quite responsive to psychiatric treatment. Which of the following statements regarding PMDD is false?
Although definitive data on birth defects and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are lacking, a range of transient perinatal symptoms (which may require admission to special care nurseries) have been reported. These perinatal symptoms include all of the following except
Treatment of bipolar disorder during pregnancy is associated with particularly vexing challenges, because of the potential teratogenicity and other effects of mood-stabilizing medication on the newborn. Potential consequences to the neonate from maternal lithium use in pregnancy include all of the following except