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Location: Montana
Topic: Pre-pregnancy depression by maternal age
Format: PRAMS Graph
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Pre-pregnancy depression by maternal age: Montana, 2018

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• In Montana in 2018, 32.0% of mothers under age 20 had pre-pregnancy depression, compared to 21.8% of mothers ages 20-29, 13.5% of mothers ages 30-39, and 20.7% of mothers ages 40 and older. 


  • Data is not comparable to years prior to 2016. Prior to 2016, data refers to a diagnosis prior to pregnancy. Data in 2016 and after, refers to a diagnosis in the 3 months prior to pregnancy