Borderline Personality Disorder in the perinatal period: early infant and maternal outcomes.

CONCLUSIONS: These findings offer preliminary evidence to be considered by clinicians in developing treatments and services for the perinatal care of women with Borderline Personality Disorder and their infants. Further research is required in order to develop evidence informed clinical guidelines for the management of women with Borderline Personality Disorder and their infants. PMID: 26133812 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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