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How should we manage bipolar II disorder in the perinatal period?

  • Jennifer Powell (a1), Manonmani Manoharan (a2) and Joanna Reed (a3)
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This reflection summarises the evidence regarding the management of bipolar II disorder in the perinatal period, compares this to the authors’ clinical experience using case studies and considers the treatment of patients in current clinical practice.

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Correspondence: Dr Jennifer Powell, 190 Kennington Lane, London SE11 5QT, UK. Email jennifer.powell@slam.nhs.uk.
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BJPsych Advances
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How should we manage bipolar II disorder in the perinatal period?

  • Jennifer Powell (a1), Manonmani Manoharan (a2) and Joanna Reed (a3)
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