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Postpartum Depression

Also called: Baby Blues, Ppd

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What should happen? That nurse or medical assistant should be retrained! Other than the inflammation, which is obvious, there should be no long term...
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Yes, it is possible that you are suffering, at least in part, from Post Partum Depression.Post partum depression can manifest itself in"...
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Not technically, although a parent of a teenager can sure have depression and anxiety 13 years later. After three years (or 13), it...
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Actually, you may be more likely to have depression after a miscarriage, than a normal delivery. While a miscarriage may be "Nature's...
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The exact cause of postpartum depression is still being debated among medical professionals. Many doctors believe that the hormonal changes that...
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Postpartum depression has received more attention in recent years. But, most of it has focused on moms. A new study published in JAMA found some...
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Depression during or after pregnancy is perfectly normal. Symptoms can include feeling sad and hopeless; crying often; withdrawing from friends and...
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Having "the blues" after childbirth is so common it's considered normal. However, 10% to 25% of women experience a major depression within...
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Postpartum depression is a complex mix of physical, emotional and behavioral changes that occur in a mother after giving birth. It is a serious...
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"Baby blues are very normal and very common. Having a baby, even if it's a second or third baby, is a sea of change in your life," says Catherine...
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Postpartum depression lasts longer than "baby blues," and it's more severe. The symptoms of postpartum depression include: Sleep disruption...
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Postpartum depression is a serious illness that can occur in the first few months after childbirth. It also can happen after miscarriage and...
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Postpartum blues and depressionOver half of all women have some mood-related symptoms during the first 2 weeks after childbirth. Most women with...
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Every woman is at risk for temporary "postpartum blues" during the first 2 weeks after childbirth, because of sudden hormone changes and the...
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Postpartum depression seems to be triggered by the sudden hormone changes that happen after childbirth. These hormonal changes most commonly lead to...
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