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  • Postpartum Depression and Celexa
    Women with postpartum depression find it difficult to cope with the challenges that arise soon after the baby’s birth as they suffer from mood disorders, lack of sleep and anxiety. If you experience these symptoms soon after the birth of your baby, Celexa may be ideal for you.
  • The Signs of Postpartum Depression
    Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious condition that some women may experience after they give birth. Here is a look at some of the signs of postpartum depression that include but are not limited to inability to bond as well as negative feelings such as sadness and guilt.
  • What is the Connection Between PPD and Thyroid Levels?
    Postpartum depression (PPD) shares many of the same symptoms as postpartum thyroiditis. Any woman who has depression symptoms 2 to 12 months after having a baby should get her thyroid levels checked.
  • Male Postpartum Depression: Facts for Men
    Women are not the only family members who can become depressed after the birth of a baby as many fathers struggle with their emotions too. Male postpartum depression is an all too real occurrence that affects many new fathers. So why does it happen and how can families cope?
  • Insight into Therapy for Postpartum Depression
    Postpartum depression affects many women within a few months of delivery. It can be debilitating, harmful, and even dangerous. However, there are many therapies for postpartum depression available. It’s simply a matter of finding what works best for you.
  • Postpartum Depression: A History
    Postpartum depression is a serious disorder that until recently was not discussed in public. It has been given widespread exposure thanks to a number of celebrities who have come forward to discuss their battles with postpartum depression.
  • What are the Risk Factors for Postpartum Depression?
    Some women are more prone to developing postpartum depression than others. This is a look at some of the different risk factors for postpartum depression.
  • What is the Effect of Postpartum Depression on Child Development?
    Let's discuss studies that have been conducted regarding child development from a mothers who had postpartum depression. Is there an effect of postpartum depression on child development?
  • Why Do Some Mothers Hurt their Child During Postpartum Depression?
    The baby blues affects nearly 80 percent of women who have just given birth. True postpartum depression, especially that which causes a mother to hurt her child, affects about 10 percent of mothers.
  • A List of Inspirational Postpartum Depression Quotes
    Postpartum depression quotes may be just what you or the new mother in your life may need to get through the emotionally and physically trying times that can follow the birth of a child.
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