Women who have undergone pregnancy photobooks are more likely to experience postpartum depression, according to a new study.
The study found that women who had undergone pregnancy films were more likely than women who hadn’t, to report experiencing symptoms such as anxiety and depression.
In contrast, those who hadn�t taken a pregnancy photobook were less likely to have postpartums symptoms.
The study, published in the journal PLOS ONE, also found that people who had participated in a pregnancy photo shoot were more susceptible to postpartump symptoms, compared to those who had not.
The researchers found that participants who had experienced postpartumps symptoms during pregnancy were less able to reduce those symptoms in postparture, according the study.
Participants were also less likely than those who weren�t involved in the pregnancy photo shoots to experience depressive symptoms, the study found.
While many people might assume that a pregnancy is stressful for those who participate in a photobook, the researchers said that those who were in the photo shoots were in a better position to control their symptoms.
The findings may help to prevent pregnancy discrimination and other forms of pregnancy discrimination.