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Chronic Pain Common Among People Diagnosed With Major Depression Or Bipolar Disorder

News | April 13, 2015

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Individuals who report chronic pain and multiple sites of pain are more likely to have major depressive disorder (MDD) and are at higher risk of bipolar disorder. About 4.5% of individuals with MDD and 5.8% of individuals with bipolar disorder had from four to seven pain sites; about 1.8% of a comparison group without mood…

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