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Mom Genes Fight PPD Nov 28
We’re thankful for . To all the strong, generous mothers who’ve joined our study, thank you. Because of you, we’re closer than ever to a future without postpartum depression.
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The Sway Nov 20
We know women are having their own postpartum depression experiences right now, or have dealt with it in the past. Share your experience on IG and tag @MomGenesFightPPD with AD
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Mom Genes Fight PPD Dec 3
It doesn’t cost money, In fact it’s totally free. But giving your Can help us fight PPD 👖🧬
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Samantha aka Zef Nov 20
A1 - It's easy to feel alone in those early months and talking about it with SOMEONE is key! Also reaching out to moms who may be experiencing it - also essential
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Kimberly Benn Nov 20
Replying to @SwayWithSway @UNC
A2 - This is great and tremendous help for many - interested in reading the replies -
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ILona Nov 20
Very Luck not to have it, but I understand how important it is for women to talk to their doctors!
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Samantha aka Zef Nov 20
Replying to @spcoggins
Exactly this. So many times, we get wrapped up in the new baby and forget that mom has gone through and is going through immense changes herself
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nodeskrequired Nov 20
Yes! But "good enough" was never enough and that just made it worse. PPD is such an awful thing to suffer through.
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Ava Meena Nov 20
A1 I was heading for a bad bout with PPD due to having postpartum flares. Being in physical pain and struggling to use my body in order to take care of my newborn spiked my depressive episodes. Thankfully I had good doctors and in laws who stepped up to help.
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⭐ J3ANN3-MARI3 Nov 20
I like reading others stories. Different but very similar to my own.
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Dr. Jenn Conti Nov 13
Donating my saliva now!! “This research helps determine if postpartum depression has a genetic cause, with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. To do that, we need 100,000 qualified women around the world to donate their DNA — their .”
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Mia Nov 20
A1: suffered from PPD with my son. Made me feel alone since no one in my friend group ever spoke of it.
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Alecz 🌸 Nov 20
I will absolutely do this!
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girlscoutcookies4ever! Nov 20
A3 because too many moms feel completely alone, and they need to know it's ok to ask for help
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Ava Meena Nov 20
A3 So that we can destigmatize PPD and give moms their life back - they deserve to enjoy early motherhood!!
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Mom Genes Fight PPD Nov 20
This is great! We appreciate you using your to help end PPD!
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girlscoutcookies4ever! Nov 20
Replying to @SwayWithSway @UNC
A2 is there any new info? What can be done to prevent ppd
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I’m Your Auntie Mame 🏳️‍🌈 Nov 28
Replying to @RadioFreeTom
He has the worst genes.
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@axmh1985 Nov 20
Yes!!! Thank you all so much!!!
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Ava Meena Nov 20
So glad that this is being researched! Talking about it and spreading awareness is one of the best ways to help get to treatments 👍
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