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Postnatal Depression

Postnatal Depression

What exactly is Postnatal Depression?

Postnatal depression, also known as postpartum depression, is a mood disorder that can affect some women after giving birth, leading to feelings of sadness, anxiety, and difficulty bonding with their newborns.

Postnatal depression, also known as postpartum depression, is a form of clinical depression that occurs in women after childbirth, affecting their emotional and mental well-being. This condition is characterized by symptoms such as intense sadness, irritability, overwhelming fatigue, and difficulty concentrating, often accompanied by feelings of guilt or inadequacy in relation to their role as a mother. Postnatal depression can interfere with a woman's ability to bond with her baby and can impact the overall family dynamic. Treatment typically involves therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), support groups, and, in some cases, medication, to help women manage their symptoms and promote a healthier, happier postpartum experience. Recognizing the signs and seeking help is crucial in addressing postnatal depression and ensuring the well-being of both the mother and the child.


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