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post·par·tum(pōst-par'tŭm), Written as one word when used as an adjective (postpartum hemorrhage) but as two words when used as an adverbial phrase (hemorrhage occurring post partum).
Patient discussion about postpartum
Q. How do I know if I have Postpartum Depression and how can I get help? Hi everyone. I’m Lesa Elba 27 yrs old. I gave birth to a beautiful female baby 3 months before. I had depression before I had her and now I think I have postpartum. How do I know if I have Postpartum Depression and how can I get help?
Q. How to help someone with depression after pregnancy? My sons friend just had a baby (week old). Already the girlfriend is in major depression and refuses to take her medication. The man is afraid to leave the baby, what should he do?
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