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Postpartum Depression:Baby blue causes
2012-12-26
Name: Geeta chandran What are the exact causes of postpartum depression? Do all women suffer from baby blues?
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2013-01-04
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Name: Nimit
Subject:  Baby blues
baby blues occurs in the first couple of weeks after childbirth. baby blues usually go away within a couple of weeks. The symptoms of postpartum depression can last for months.the main cause are changes in hormones during pregnancy.
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2013-01-04
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Name: Jogi
Subject:  Baby blues and PPD
Postpartum depression is a serious illness that occurs in the first few months after childbirth. It can make you feel very sad, hopeless, and worthless. and also may cause trouble caring for and bonding with the baby.Baby blues is different from PPD.
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