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Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Depression: Not Just for Moms

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For obvious reasons, postpartum depression has traditionally been seen as a condition that affects women. Mounting research shows that the experience is not restricted to moms, however.  Read More

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10 Celebrities Who Battled Postpartum Depression

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These celebrity moms shared their postpartum depression with the world, despite a cultural stigma against discussing motherhood in less-than-glowing terms.   View slideshow



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Cindy-Lee Dennis On Signs of Postpartum Depression

Dr. Cindy-Lee Dennis
Dr. Cindy-Lee Dennis
Associate professor, University of Toronto
Q: I have never suffered from depression. What are the odds I might develop PPD?

A: About 13% of new moms experience postpartum depression. However, the recurrence rate for mothers who have experienced a previous depressive episode in their life can range from 24% to 63%. Read More

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