Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication
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Type of Work54 minutes
DepartmentSchool of Design
ProgramFilm & Moving Image
RightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
SubjectsWomen's Studies (0453)
Psychology, Clinical (0622)
Health Sciences, Mental Health (0347)
Mental illness in pregnancy
Pregnancy in mentally ill women
Mothers -- Mental health -- United States
Mothers -- Mental health
Moms & Meds: Navigating Pregnancy and Psychiatric Medication is a feature documentary film that explores the options women face when they want to have children, but take psychotropic medication for mental illness. The film follows multiple women who are dealing with this issue. Other interviewees include doctors, advocates and family members who influence, and are affected by, these decisions. The film focuses on the personal stories of the women, and the many facets, both positive and negative, of making such decisions. It addresses the struggle and emotional turmoil, as well as the hope and perseverance of the featured women, and advocates for their ability to make the best individual and personal choices for themselves and their families.
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