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Learn about the basics of postpartum depression from the experts at WebMD.
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Learn about the symptoms of postpartum depression and what to do if you or a loved one has postpartum depression.
Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of postpartum depression from the experts at WebMD.
Drug details for Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) for postpartum depression.
Drug details for Tricyclic antidepressants for postpartum depression.
The sooner treatment starts for postpartum depression, the better. Learn about postpartum depression 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.
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.
WebMD describes the symptoms of PPD, or postpartum depression, inlcuding the "baby blues" and postpartum psychosis.
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