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Treatment and Management


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Signs and Symptoms
What is Postpartum Depression?
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depression seen in mothers who have recently
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Depression is not a flaw or weakness. It is not
your fault. It is sometimes a complication of
giving birth. Knowing the signs and getting
treatment can help so that you can manage
your symptoms and enjoy your baby.