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         Post-partum Depression:     more books (27)
  1. Letters of Hope Through Post Partum Depression
  2. Post partum depression and anxiety: A self-help guide for mothers
  3. Post Partum Depression And Anxiety by Pacific Post Partum, 1987
  4. Walking Through Post Partum Depression: Finding Light within the Fog and Darkness by Judy Dippel, 2009-11-01
  5. Dépression post-partum: sa dynamique sur la socialisation de l'enfant: essai (French Edition) by Alain Lestienne, 2010-08-17
  6. La dépression du post-partum: Guide à l'intention des fournisseurs de services sociaux et de santé de première ligne (French Edition) by Lori E. Ross, Cindy-Lee Dennis, et all 2005-03-30
  7. Maison Ikkoku Part 6, No. 10 Part 19, Post-Partum Depression by Rumiko Takahashi, 1997
  8. Post-partum depression: January 1974 through May 1976, 44 citations (National Library of Medicine literature search) by P. E Pothier, 1976
  9. Irritabilite du nouveau-ne et depression maternelle du post-partum [An article from: Neuropsychiatrie de l'enfance et de l'adolescence] by L. Ayissi, M. Hubin-Gayte, 2006-04-01
  10. Postpartum Depression and Anxiety: A Self-Help Guide for Mothers by Pacific Post-Partum Support Society, 2004
  11. When Baby Brings the Blues: Solutions for Postpartum Depression by Ariel Dalfen, 2009-01-06
  12. 10 Steps To Beat Post Natal Depression - without drugs ! by Shona Hicks, 2009-09-21
  13. Women and Depression, Causes, Symptoms, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatments by National Institute of Mental Health, National Institutes of Health, 2008-10-27
  14. Come with Me to the Land of Post-Partum Psychosis by Jane Bailey Chandler, 2005-04

1. Post-partum Depression
postpartum depression. Could I have post-partum depression? The basic factsabout post-partum depression. An introduction to post-partum depression.

2. Post Partum Depression
Post Partum Depression. What Is postpartum depression?
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3. Post-Partum Depression
postpartum depression. post-partum depression is a severe form of baby blues, mild sadness and anxiety that some two-thirds of new mothers experience.
Post-Partum Depression From the moment Katie Renshoe of Mt. Prospect, Illinois, delivered her daughter, Sarah, she just didn't feel right. "I thought I'd be happy," the 38-year-old public relations representative recalls, "but I cried constantly and felt terribly anxious. I couldn't sleep, even when Hannah did. And I couldn't make even trivial decisions. Once at Toys R Us, I stood for a half-hour trying to decide which baby bottle to buy. The decision was simply too much for me." Renshoe had a classic case of post-partum depression, a condition that afflicts 10 to 15 percent of new mothers, according to Barbara Parry, M.D., an associate professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine. Symptoms typically appear within a few months of delivery, including: deep sadness, frequent crying, insomnia, lethargy, and irritability. It Can Happen to Any New Mom Post-partum depression is a severe form of "baby blues," mild sadness and anxiety that some two-thirds of new mothers experience. A few new moms1 in 1,000suffer a complete break with reality, post-partum psychosis. That's what happened in 1984 to Nancy Berchtold, of Morrisville, Pennsylvania, after the birth of her daughter, Alison. Seventeen days post-partum, she became delusional, and had to be hospitalized. Post-partum depression has been recognized since ancient times. In 460 B.C., Hippocrates described it. Other descriptions have turned up from time to time since then. But the condition has become widely publicized only within the past 15 years.

4. Disease Category Listing (367): Post-Partum Depression
Devoted to mothers and their families who are affected by postpartum depression. Includes a mailing list and chat room.
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5. Post Partum Depression
Sleep deprivation and exhaustion from taking care of a new baby. postpartum depressionSometimes, the baby blues can last for longer than the usual few days.
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Postpartum Blues
After delivering a baby, some women might experience a few days when they feel "blue." Some mothers describe this time as feeling slightly "sad", "being down", or crying easily. To mothers and families it can seem like a strange feeling to have, especially after successfully delivering a baby. Some mothers think "I should be happy, what's wrong with me?" Generally, this blue period only lasts for about 3-5 days. It is a natural and not unusual thing to happen. Scientists are not sure what causes this drop in mood. Factors that have been considered include: Emotional factors
A "let-down" after getting through child birth
No longer carrying the baby inside of you.

6. Postpartum Depression
Natural Progesterone for postpartum depression and PMS Psychosis. Counseling AsEffective As Prozac for Postpartum Depression. A Woman Tells Her Story of PPD.
Postpartum Depression and Maternal Birth Trauma
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From an author: "I am seeking women who've experienced postpartum depression to participate in a book to help mothers recover. This book is not from medical professionals, but from "everyday" mothers who've "been there." Details are at
Postpartum Depression
(with excerpts from a radio interview) [Medscape registration is free] Postpartum Depression [May, 2002] [Medscape registration is free]
Depression After Delivery

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- Safe Motherhood in the USA means that no woman should die or be harmed by pregnancy or birth. from Safe Motherhood Initiatives-USA
Emotional Recovery After Birth
and Postpartum Depression – Signs and Symptoms - a homeopathic approach
Beck Depression Inventory - a sytem of assessing level of depression.

7. Natural Progesterone For Post-partum Depression And PMS Psychosis
Natural Progesterone for postpartum depression and PMS Psychosis.from an MD I have never treated a patient with full-blown post
Natural Progesterone for Post-partum Depression and PMS Psychosis
[from an MD] I have never treated a patient with full-blown post-partum psychosis, but I have treated many cases of post-partum depression, and four cases of recurrent PMS psychosis, with very large injections of IM natural progesterone. The results have been nothing short of astounding. This whole thing was very upsetting to me because it ran specifically against my training, which held that PMS was a manifestation of women's inability to cope with their own sexuality/fertility. None of my female classmates ever protested that interpretation, and I never really thought about it because it didn't seem important. But this case demanded a reconstruction of the whole thing, because no other psychosis I had ever seen, responded so completely and rapidly to treatment. This was a seminal event in rejecting quite a bit of my training. Since then, I have had 3 other cases of recurrent PMS psychosis, all of whom stopped having psychotic breaks abruptly upon using progesterone. Since Dalton has insisted that post-partum depression was related to PMS, I tried treating it with progesterone as well. The results have seemed good to me.

8. Post-partum Depression -- CTOnline - September 1997
Understanding postpartum depression. In post-partum depression, a women'ssymptoms interfere with her ability to function in her daily life.
Understanding post-partum depression
By Amy K. Williamson, Special to Counseling Today A s a counselor, I was familiar with the term post-partum depression, but I was unaware of the depth of the disorder until I experienced it after the birth of my third child. I am a doctoral student at Northern Illinois University and took a semester off to have my baby. I had no idea how incapacitated I would become as a result of the disorder. Counselors need to be aware of this condition and its far reaching effects. Many women who experience post-partum mood disorders seek help from professional counselors and psychologists who are not familiar with this condition. Some of these women are told they don't really love their child or they did not really want the baby. Other women choose to suffer in silence, afraid to talk about what is happening in fear of losing her child or being labeled "crazy." There are very few counselors who specialize in this disorder. However, up to 80 percent of women experience what is sometimes called the "baby blues" and up to 20 percent of women experience post-partum depression. Counselors need to be familiar with the symptoms and treatment. There is also a small percentage of women who experience post-partum psychosis, but is far less common and usually occurs with in the first 48 hours of post-partum. The baby blues are different from post-partum mood disorders in that the baby blues usually subside within a few weeks and do not lead to an inability to function. In post-partum depression, a women's symptoms interfere with her ability to function in her daily life. The condition can start any time during the first post-partum year and, if left untreated, can linger for several years. In my own situation, I was lucky enough to live in an area which has the only assessment and treatment program in the state of Illinois.

9. Post Partum Depression
Animal Health. Contact HealthNexus.Com. Search Books. Keywords Find itHere. Post Partum Depression. 2. FAQ post-partum depression.

10. Post Partum Depression
Check your resources for information on postpartum depression, andparticularly warning signs. Just feeling appreciated helps.
Just feeling appreciated helps. A change of scenery, perhaps at the mall. Many new moms feel trapped at home with the baby, but also feel "good moms" don’t turn their infant’s care over to a babysitter. Handle it; a few hours out can work wonders. Be her supporter, and continue to reassure her of your love and what a great job she is doing. If your wife experiences symptoms of serious post-partum depression, you want to take matters into your own hands. 1st, find a way to take care of your baby. 2nd, get professional help for your wife, immediately. Talk to an experienced counselor or to your physician. Continue to support and love her through this. Take it seriously, and she will get through it. Post Patum Handout This information was obtained in strict confidence and is for the sole use of new fathers in understanding the challenges that they are likely to face. Any other use is prohibited
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11. In The News: Post-Partum Depression
In the News postpartum depression What we would like to do is present the warningsigns of the baby blues, post partum depression, and puerperal psychosis.
In the News: Post-Partum Depression With the recent case of a Texas mother who allegedly drowned her five children in a bathtub, post-partum depression (PPD) has been in the news. Speaking to the press, her husband claimed that Andrea Yates was suffering from severe PPD , and that was what led her to allegedly commit the tragic act. Though all the facts are not in, and her motives are not known, many in the media accept that PPD was what drove Ms. Yates over the edge. Only one news story has appeared that states that perhaps PPD was not to blame. Being a new parent can be overwhelming, it is a mix of joy, excitement, and even a little sadness, as your old way of life becomes part of the past and a new way of life begins. A new baby can turn your world upside down. It is even worse when you lack a support system of family and friends nearby who can lend you a hand. Becoming accustomed to having a tiny person who is completely dependent on you for everything is hard, coupled with lack of sleep; recuperation from labor, delivery or c-section; hormonal changes; frustration with breastfeeding; and the feeling that we have to somehow "do it all" can be a lot to deal with, no matter how many times you go through it. We do not claim to have any magic answers, or even to know what would lead a mother to believe that killing her children is the only answer. What we would like to do is present the warning signs of the "baby blues," post partum depression, and puerperal psychosis. Perhaps by giving information about these conditions, we can encourage any mother who believes she is suffering to ask for help and seek treatment.

12. Post-Partum Depression
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13. Juggling It All-Post Partum Depression
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LIBRARY postpartum depression, Miscarraige, Infertility Davis, DeborahL. Empty Cradle, Broken Heart Surviving the Death of Your Baby.
Post-Partum Depression, Miscarraige, Infertility
Davis, Deborah L. Empty Cradle, Broken Heart: Surviving the Death of Your Baby . Fulcrum Publishing, 1991.
Donnelly, Katherine Fair. Recovering From the Loss of a Child . The Berkley Publishing Group, 1994.
The author emphasizes that emotional recovery from the death of a child is possible in sharing, understanding, and accepting the tragic loss. This book shows bereaved parents, siblings, and others how to cope. This compassionate and reassuring volume features inspiring firsthand account from others who have survived this heartbreaking experience. The book is divided into two parts, the first of which details the experiences of parents and siblings, while the second describes possible support networks through organizations and peer groups, including a listing of peer groups in Canada. The author has also added a section on suggested readings for adults and children. 289 pages. Kleiman, Karen R., and Valerie D. Raskin.

15. Post-Partum Depression
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You are here: the-vu Health Post-Partum Depression A mother's story in three parts. Lauri Jean Crowe writes about the depression associated with human reproduction and the terrible consequences of allowing Prozac to be part of the treatment.
  • Part One: My Struggle with Post-Partum Depression. Part Two: Post-Partum Depression: Where Am I Now? Part Three: Losing Vision: The Struggle of the Eye and the Soul.
Originally three separate articles, they are presented here together in sequence. Part One: My Struggle with Post-Partum Depression.

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Postpartum depression can last up to a full year. Everyone says having a new baby is one of the happiest times in a woman's life, but some women experience extreme sadness. A little sadness is normal; it's called the 'baby blues.' Those feelings typically go away in a few weeks with a little help from good diet, exercise and time for yourself.
But if the sad feelings do not go away, it could be a sign of postpartum depression, a condition affecting one in ten women during the year after they give birth. Friends or family members may suggest a 'therapeutic' shopping trip; they may even tell you, "Just snap out of it!" But you can't DECIDE to recover from depression, any more than you can DECIDE to recover from heart disease or other illnesses. Doctors think postpartum depression may be linked to the hormonal changes of pregnancy and childbirth. Stressful events in your life-a difficult marriage, a recent move or job change, a sick baby-all these things can make things even harder on you.

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June 2002 European researchers announced on June 24, 2002 that they have found that the presence of thyroid antibodies is a biological marker that can help identify pregnancy women who are risk of developing depression after childbirth.
As many as 15% of all women are estimated to suffer from post-partum depression, a full-scale form of depression
Unlike the common and transient “baby blues,” which plague many new mothers, post-partum depression is considered a more serious form of depression.
Because of the seriousness of post-partum depression, the researchers believe that having a reliable early warning test would be helpful.
According to experts, the study study showed that women with thyroid peroxidase antibodies during pregnancy were nearly three times more likely to become depressed after the birth of their child.
Even after excluding women who had suffered prior bouts of depression, the presence of thyroid peroxidase antibodies in early pregnancy was linked to 2.9 times the risk of post-partum.

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