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Free Malaysia Today Sep 20
An increasing number of people have been seeking treatment in the past five years.
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Ivana Jaric Sep 19
Prof. Sergio Pecorelli has raised the importance of maternal mental health impact on children's development
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Amberly Lago Sep 19
Overcoming and finding balance between career, family and listen now and be inspired!
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Mai LG Comedian Sep 18
How traveling is helping with my 👍 @ Childress, Texas
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Maria Teresa Ferretti Sep 19
Prof. Jennifer Payne - 'The majority of women with do not get recognized and do not get treatment' let's change that!
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Ramón Escuriet Sep 17
Is postpartum depresion care included in health services portfolio in EU countries? We are asking to all Health Ministries in EU countries.
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MumsVillage Kenya Sep 19
Even the happiest, richest and most famous Hollywood mums have suffered from Postpartum Depression. These 10 strong women overcame Postpartum Depression and lived to share and educate others about it.
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Baby Colic Relief 16h
associated with a baby's can cause relationship stress, breastfeeding failure, .
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Mental Health Collaborative Sep 20
Postpartum depression is a highly stigmatized form of depression. Please know that you are not alone or weak if you’re suffering from postpartum depression— it is a complication from birth and NOT your fault.
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FemTechFocus 12h
@catertomom shines the lights on the important of awareness as part of the process of becoming a mother. @catertomom 's Postpartum Self-Care Subscription Box is a must when you feel ...
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Families Matter Sep 16
Postpartum Information and Support for Partners is Oct 8 & 15 (Thurs) 6:30p 8:30pm. affects the entire family. We invite the partner’s to join us for 2 nights in to better understand and anxiety. Register:
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ʜᴀᴋᴜɴᴀ ᴍᴀᴛᴀᴛᴀ🧡 Sep 20
When my friends hit me up like “what are you doing?” and in my head I’m just like nothing much just dying from postpartum depression.. but I really just say “nothing much just chillen” 😕
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PhDr. Ivana Poku (Mumsjourney) Sep 17
However, to my huge shock, the first meeting with my boys was nothing like I had imagined. Read more 👉
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The Family Beehive Sep 17
“I often felt my baby took me away from my first daughter. I envisioned myself sinking into my bed and disappearing so that nobody could need me.” The reality of , drawn by a mother who knows
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Kelly Schulze Sep 14
Had a dream where consent didn't exist and things were being placed into my cervix. Oh, wait, that sounds a lot like what I experienced leading up to Anja's delivery. I hate having dreams like this.
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Medical Dialogues Sep 14
Oral GABA-active agent reduces symptoms of postpartum depression in new moms
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PsychiatryUnc Sep 14
Our chair, Dr. speaks with about oral drug, "To see a clinically significant improvement in two weeks is unlike other antidepressants on the market, which generally take a month or longer to work."
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𝕃𝕚𝕟𝕕𝕒 | 𝔸𝕝𝕝𝕒𝕓𝕠𝕦𝕥𝕓𝕒𝕓𝕪𝕓𝕝𝕠𝕘 13h
Postpartum depression is a very real and serious condition. This story is by a 4-time mom dealing with it on a daily basis.
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miranda.morningrain Sep 13
has made it to where I have to decide on feeling depressed everyday, crying, suicidal or take a antidepressant and feel numb. So I feel everything times 1000 Or feel nothing
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Archives of Women’s Mental Health Sep 15
📣The October issue of is out now! Great articles on and pregnancy post-sexual assault risk and much more... 👉 Read more here:
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