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    1. Depression in Children and Teens - Check Your Symptoms

      WebMD provides questions to check symptoms of depression. This may help you determine if your symptoms indicate seeing a doctor.

    2. Feeling Depressed - Prevention

      Life is full of changes. Everyday events and our reactions to them sometimes interfere with our sense of well-being and peace of mind. While it is common to get the "blues" or to feel sad occasionally, you may be able to prevent feelings of depression.

    3. Postpartum Depression - When To Call a Doctor

      Call 911 or other emergency services if you think you cannot keep from harming yourself, your baby, or another person. Never hesitate to get help for postpartum depression.

    4. Depression in Children and Teens - Topic Overview

      Everyday events and our reactions to them sometimes interfere with our sense of well - being and peace of mind. It is common to get the blues or become sad when disappointed.

    5. Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) for Depression

      Drug details for Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) for depression.

    6. Postpartum Depression - Home Treatment

      Postpartum depression is a medical condition, not a sign of weakness. Be honest with yourself and those who care about you. Tell them about your struggle. You, your health professional, and your friends and family can team up to treat your symptoms.

    7. Postpartum Depression - Symptoms

      WebMD describes the symptoms of PPD, or postpartum depression, inlcuding the "baby blues" and postpartum psychosis.

    8. Tricyclic Antidepressants for Postpartum Depression

      Drug details for Tricyclic antidepressants for postpartum depression.

    9. Depression in Children and Teens - Topic Overview

      People's ideas about depression have changed over the years. New technology and new research show that depression is a disease,just like asthma or heart failure. Here are some myths and facts about depression. Myth Fact "Depression isn't real." "It's something in your head." "It's being lazy." Depression is a disease of the brain. Experts believe that certain brain chemicals go out of ...

    10. Depression in Children and Teens - Symptoms

      The symptoms of depression may be hard to notice at first. They can be different from person to person,and you may confuse them with just feeling "off" or "down." You also may confuse the symptoms with another health problem. The two most common symptoms of depression are: Feeling sad or hopeless nearly every day. Losing interest in or not getting pleasure from most daily activities,and you ...

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