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Perinatal OCD (often referred to as “Postpartum OCD”) is a mental health condition that can be experienced by parents of any gender and can occur during the pregnancy period and/or after the birth of a baby. It is a relatively common perinatal mental health condition, estimated to be present in 2 to 3 percent of all parents, though recent studies believe the number may actually be higher.Visit the Perinatal OCD Resource Center >
Our Anxiety in the Classroom site has information and resources for helping to manage anxiety and OCD in a school setting. Teachers, administrators, and other school personnel will find useful tips for spotting symptoms and talking with students and parents; and parents and students will find tools to help them advocate for school accommodations.Visit Anxiety in the Classroom >
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