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The Pressing Need to Integrate Mental Health into Obstetric Care.

Mental health and substance use conditions are prevalent among perinatal individuals. These conditions have a negative impact on the health of perinatal individuals, their infants, and families, yet are underdiagnosed and undertreated. Populations that have been marginalized disproportionately face barriers to accessing care. Integrating mental health into obstetric care could address the perinatal mental health crisis. We review perinatal mental health conditions and substance use, outline the impact associated with these conditions, and describe the promise and potential of integrating mental health into obstetric settings to improve outcomes for patients receiving obstetric and gynecologic care.

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