Beating the baby blues
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'Real' depression

 
'Real' depression

Postnatal depression is much more serious and goes much deeper than the baby blues.

It is a ‘real’ form of depression, which can become very serious indeed if it isn’t treated properly. The symptoms are different in intensity and length.

This specific form of depression affects 10% of new mothers.




  
  

Sarah Horrocks
10/01/2009
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