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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Pugle

What is Unipolar Depression?

Unipolar depression (clinical depression) is a medical term used by healthcare providers to differentiate between major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar disorder (BP).


This article will cover the key features of unipolar depression, similarities and differences between unipolar depression and bipolar depression episodes, treatment differences, and the risks of unmanaged unipolar depression. We’ll also cover what to know about recurrent and treatment-resistant unipolar depression episodes.


Read more in Verywell.


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Michelle Pugle, MA

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