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2012-12-26
Name: Hemant postpartum depression is a normal thing which many women experience. Why does it need medical intervention? I think it will go away with the passage of time. This is not a disease so why all this hue and cry over it?
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2013-01-04
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Name: Rohan
Subject:  Treating PPD
Though postpartum depression is normal and is not a disease, still it needs medical intervention. It can lead to serious complications if not treated in time. I have seen cases where new mothers try to commit suicide.
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2013-01-04
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Name: Sumit Nayak
Subject:  Postpartum Depression consequneces
Yes I agree. Postpartum depression can have serious consequences. My neighbour´ s wife tried to kill her child after delivery. She tried twice or thrice before being diagnosed as PPD.
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