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For example, hospitalization is not necessary for dysthymic disorder. In terms of time to recovery, it typically takes 4 to 6 weeks for depression to remit once medication therapy is initiated. It may take longer if psychotherapy is the only intervention. The type of depression present does not signify the likelihood of response to treatment, although it may impact the prognosis. For example, bipolar depression may require longer maintenance treatment than one episode of major depression. 23. I have been diagnosed with depression.
A family member has depression. Is there anything I can do to help? I have been treated for depression in the past. Can I prevent an episode in the future? indd 51 1/23/10 1:41:25 AM 100 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS ABOUT DEPRESSION 25. What risk factors are associated with depression? Knowing the risk factors of developing any particular disease helps to understand the odds of developing that disease. It is important, however, to remember that odds, no matter how favorable or unfavorable, are still just odds with the outcome for any particular event still unknown.
However, cycles can consist of any frequency of mood states in any order. Bipolar II disorder comprises depressive episodes alternating with hypomanic episodes only (no mania). In cyclothymia no major depressive episode has occurred, but mild depressive episodes alternate with hypomanic states. Mood disorder not otherwise specified is also a condition of exclusion in that a mood disorder is considered present, but the criteria have not been met for the other conditions in the DSM-IV-TR. In someone presenting with depression, these conditions can only be excluded by a thorough history of symptoms and episodes in the past.