Clinical Study

Social Media Impact On Lived Experience Of Peripartum Women

Posted Date: Apr 19, 2023

  • Investigator: Jyoti Sachdeva
  • Specialties: Depression, Psychiatry/Psychology, Women's Health
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

This study looks at impact of social media use on pregnancy body image, pregnancy expectation and depression and anxiety in pregnancy and after delivery. Our hypotheses are that social media use has an association with depression and anxiety in peripartum women; that social media use has an association with body image in peripartum women; and that social media use impacts pregnancy and/or postpartum expectations in peripartum women.


You Are Eligible If You, 1. Are At Least 18 Years Or Older Without A Legal Guardian. 2. Are Currently Pregnant Or Recently Postpartum (Up To A Year After Delivery) 3. Able To Read, Write, And Understand English


Social Media, Peripartum, Pregnancy Body Image

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