Postpartum Answers for Mom

Postpartum depression isn’t a character flaw or weakness. Millions of moms are diagnosed each year.  Here is some of the best research that our community has found.

Treating Postpartum Depression

After Christina Hibbert gave birth to her first child 14 years ago, she knew something was wrong. “I felt like I was the only one who could take care of him,” she says. “I wasn’t sleeping, but I felt like I shouldn’t let anybody help me.”She called her physician,...

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How Mom Can Sleep More Now That Baby’s Finally Sleeping

When my oldest son was a few months old, and I was deep in the midst of sleep-deprivation and “mommy fog”, I remember thinking one particular thought over and over: “If he would sleep through the night just once — just once — then I could finally get a good night’s...

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The 6 Stages of PPD (Postpartum Depression)

Recovering from postpartum depression is, unfortunately, a pretty unwieldy process to get through.  It’s not like you can take antibiotics and ten days later you’re all set and ready to go.  The process of recognizing, getting treated for and recovering from...

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Fwd: Depression in Pregnancy and Postpartum

 You have likely heard and read about postpartum depression—depression that happens any time within the first 12 months of childbirth. You may even have a close friend or family member who has experienced a postpartum depression. But you may not have heard about...

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Depression in Pregnancy and Postpartum

 You have likely heard and read about postpartum depression—depression that happens any time within the first 12 months of childbirth. You may even have a close friend or family member who has experienced a postpartum depression. But you may not have heard about...

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