POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION CAN
Insight Clinical Trials is hosting a research study
for severe postpartum depression
Postpartum Depression Study
Becoming a member of the postpartum depression study opens up
the possibility for discovering answers for you and thousands of
people like you who are experiencing similar health issues. When
you participate in clinical research at Insight Clinical Trials, we
strive to provide you with the newest options for treatment.
ABOUT POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION
Postpartum depression (PPD) is one of the most common medical
complications during and after pregnancy. During pregnancy, the
levels of certain hormones rise and then rapidly fall after giving birth.
Among other factors, these hormonal fluctuations have been
associated with developing PPD symptoms. Symptoms of PPD
may include extreme sadness, anxiety, or hopelessness and should not be ignored. Symptoms may occur at any time during pregnancy or within the first few weeks after childbirth.
THE IMPACT OF POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION
Postpartum depression can have negative consequences on a mother and her family. It can also impact the child’s health and development. If your PPD symptoms persist, it is important to reach out to your health care provider right away. If you need immediate help, or you feel you may harm yourself or your baby, please dial 911 or your local emergency number. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 800-273-8255, available 24 hours a day.
PPD can affect any woman, regardless of her age, race, ethnicity, or economic status. In the US, estimates of new mothers identified with PPD each year vary by state from 8% to 20%, with an overall average of 11.5%. Although awareness has improved, about 43% of women would not seek treatment because of the stigma of PPD.
You May Be Eligible to Participate if You:
Are between 18 and 45 years old
Gave birth within the last 6 months
Frequently feel extremely sad, anxious, or overwhelmed, and these symptoms are associated with severe PPD
Have symptoms that began no earlier than the third trimester and no later than the first 4 weeks following delivery
The study doctor will discuss additional requirements. All study-related medication and medical care will be provided at no cost. Eligible participants may receive reasonable compensation for their time and travel.
ABOUT THE SKYLARK STUDY
The SKYLARK STUDY is a research study evaluating an investigational oral medication in women with severe postpartum depression. To see if you may pre-qualify for the study, call Insight Clinical Trials at (216) 526-1843.
RECOGNIZING YOUR POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS IS AN IMPORTANT STEP.
SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE:
Depressed, sad, or overwhelmed
Loss of interest or pleasure in activities you used to find enjoyable
Anxiety, sobbing episodes, sleep disturbances, no energy, or inability to make decisions
Angry outbursts, irritability or frustration, even over small matters
Changes in appetite
Obsessive thoughts, feelings of self-blame, guilt, shame, or worthlessness
Trouble bonding with your baby
Thoughts of harming yourself or your baby PPD symptoms can be severe and shouldn’t be ignored.
VISIT SkylarkStudy.com for more details.
Paid Clinical Trials for Depression
There is no cost to participate in the clinical depression research study, and the study participant who is eligible will receive the following:
Study-Related Medical Care
Compensation for Participants
Contact Insight Clinical Trials Today
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