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Understanding and tackling postpartum depression.

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Understanding and tackling postpartum depression

Many new mothers experience the ‘baby blues’ soon after child birth, which could range from feeling overwhelmed, to crying spells or just feeling sad. This feeling usually disappears after a few days or weeks. Some mothers may experience a severe form of depression which lingers on for months and gradually affects her day to day activities. This form of depression is known as postpartum depression.


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Anu

| Apr 21, 2017

very much greatful.... for such an article....

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Kavita Bagal

| Apr 14, 2017

Very usefull article..

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Shabeena Patel Bhure

| Apr 14, 2017

thank you ☺

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Kalpana

| Apr 13, 2017

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Shilpa Nishchal

| Apr 13, 2017

good write up. thanks

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savitha D

| Apr 13, 2017

yes it is very difficult phase of mother. but it is temporary. our baby will grow up and we can not enjoy her bachpan if v not come out of depression. later however v wish v cant enjoy all litt things that v missd. sooo leave everything and enjoy motherhood .

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Seema Chahal

| Apr 13, 2017

very nice

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megha rane

| Jan 11, 2017

very helpful information...

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Prachi Joshi

| Aug 10, 2016

Thanks

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Sherbano Syed

| Aug 09, 2016

really helpfull... thank u so mch

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Korah Elias

| Jun 19, 2016

husbands to step in and jointly shoulder the beautiful process of bringing up the little one.

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swatisha raj

| May 12, 2016

Very good article... it is almost similar to my experience.. initial days after delivering my baby were very difficult... I used to start crying over almost everything.. I was so irritated and angry with everyone all the time and the feeling of motherhood was not there.. but then my husband gave me complete rest for 3 consecutive nights taking care of baby himself made me feel much better and relaxed.. and gradually it improved.. I started enjoying taking care of my baby and the day when he reciprocated my smile I totally fell in love with my baby.. being mother takes time... for me it took over a month.. but once it happens we start enjoying motherhood

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Yashaswini gowda

| Sep 25, 2015

Such a helpful information. I am a new mother with a 6 days old daughter. This has definitely helped me boost my confidence. It's true that we can't be perfect mothers but good ones. Thank you parentune!

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Dhruvi

| Sep 05, 2015

Very nicely put. Most pregnancy books don't give any idea about this part and only show the happy picture, is necessary to have xax while chapter on this in these books so mother's are aware and being aware is half the battle won.

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Priya Jalan

| Oct 19, 2013

Nice article... Thanx ... Will surely help...

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Shivani Kulkarni

| Oct 17, 2013

Nice article.... I myself have gone experience this during both my deliveries... if I would have read this before, it would be very useful... definitely this is going to help many others who are planning for kids

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