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Our Perinatal Psychiatry services are focused on helping women with pre-existing psychiatric disorders, and/or women who take psychotropic medications plan a healthy pregnancy. Patients are consulted on ways to minimize the risks of taking psychiatric medications while trying to conceive, during pregnancy, and breastfeeding. We provide assessments for depression and/or anxiety both before and during pregnancy to help the treatment team form a plan.
- Women with psychiatric disorders (Depression, Bipolar disorder, Anxiety disorders, Schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorders, OCD, etc) and/or women on psychotropic meds who are currently pregnant, or trying to conceive within the next three months.
- Women who are postpartum within nine months of delivery and breastfeeding.
- Pregnant patients should preferably be under the care of Ob/Gyn during the pregnancy and a team approach will be established for the care of the patient and baby to ensure the best outcomes for all involved
- Consultations and treatment planning
- Medication management
At this time, we are not offering treatments for: reactions to infertility or pregnancy loss, premenstrual mood symptoms, pregnancy and substance abuse treatment, and menopausal symptoms; and we are unable to provide access to estrogen, suboxone, or methadone.
Banner-University Medicine Behavioral Health Clinic
2800 E. Ajo Way Ste P3300 Tucson, Arizona, 85713