MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
A depressed mood and/or a lack of interest or pleasure in activities, with possible feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, or excessive guilt, possible thoughts of death or suicide, as well as significant changes in weight, appetite, sleep, energy, motivation, physical activity, and/or concentration.
PERSISTENT DEPRESSIVE DISORDER (DYSTHYMIA)
A depressed mood and other symptoms that consistently occurs for at least 1-2 years, with little times of relief.
PREMENSTRUAL DYSPHORIC DISORDER
A significant pattern of mood changes (i.e. mood swings and sensitivities, depression, anger or irritability, anxiety) and other symptoms that are connected to the female menstrual cycle.
MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER WITH SEASONAL PATTERN (SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER)
A seasonal pattern (generally in the fall or winter) of experiencing Major Depressive Disorder, followed by seasons (generally in the spring or summer) with no or few symptoms.
MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER WITH PERIPARTUM ONSET (POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION
Major Depressive Disorder that occurs during pregnancy or one month after delivery.
MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER WITH PSYCHOTIC FEATURES
Major Depressive Disorder with hallucinations or delusions. Hallucinations can be auditory (i.e. voices or sounds), visual (i.e. images, blurs, or shadows), or olfactory (i.e. smells). Delusions are persistent beliefs about something that will not change no matter the evidence that contradicts it.
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