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Master Thesis

Étude Bipestro : comparaison de la prévalence du trouble dysphorique prémenstruel en populations unipolaire et bipolaire

Abstract : Objectives: The premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), unknown pathology often confused with premenstrual syndrome (PMS), is a real public health issue. Bipestro study investigates PMDD in mood disorders, comparing unipolar and bipolar populations. Methods: 174 patients with mood disorders answered the PSST questionnaire. Results: 22 bipolar patients (24.7%) and 8 unipolar patients (9.4%) meet the diagnostic criteria for PMDD. The difference between the two groups is significant (p = 0.0269). Bipolarity subtype II is overrepresented, with a prevalence of PMDD at 34.5% in this population (p = 0.0209). Of the 11 women suffering from PMDD and having a history of post-partum depression, there are 9 bipolar women compared to 2 unipolar women. Conclusion: The results of our study support the existence of a hormone-dependent mood disorder, requiring appropriate prevention and management.
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Charlotte Dumand. Étude Bipestro : comparaison de la prévalence du trouble dysphorique prémenstruel en populations unipolaire et bipolaire. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03529564⟩

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