Postnatal Depression

A type of postnatal depression, known as postpartum depression (PPD), occurs after childbirth and is regularly observed in women who suffer from PCOS or who have just given birth. It is unclear whether (PPD) is initiated or stimulated by anything. This condition is mainly characterized by some characteristics that are probably factors of causing PPD. These include mood disorders, irregular hormone functions, and behavioral changes. These can cause a direct attack to the brain, which could lead to neuronal disorders. Depression associated with Postnatal/Postpartum is not confined to the mothers; 1 in 10 men who experienced a negative/traumatic birth experience may also suffer from depression.

  • Postpartum Psychosis
  • Peri-partum onset
  • Postpartum Thyroiditis

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