It’s a first of its kind clinic, formed to help pregnant women and new mothers cope with depression and other mood disorders.
The first FDA approved drug to reduce the risk of preterm birth; Egyptian women are empowered by the protests; the abortion statistics controversy that isn’t; more anti-choice maneuvering in Minnesota.
Postpartum depression in new dads? New research confirms it’s a very real condition afflicting more men than previously known. For one father, it’s a relief to know he’s not alone and that his experience is “authentic.”
An Iowa Supreme Court decision confirms that legal counsel for Heidi Anfinson was ineffective for not presenting evidence and investigating Anfinson’s claims of postpartum depression.
African women giving birth are often affected by low incomes and and high stress levels, increasing the likelihood of onset of postpartum depression.
After giving birth, many women experience a roller coaster of emotions. But what happens when that roller coaster won’t let you off and you can’t shake the baby blues? Postpartum depression is a reality for fifty to eighty percent of all new mothers in Canada.
Women may be sad or depressed after an abortion, but that doesn’t suggest a “post-abortion syndrome,” which is based on the idea that the sadness would be absent but for the abortion, and that a woman’s mental health would be fine if she’d chosen to have the baby.
What new mothers don’t know can hurt them. Postpartum depression can have a devastating effect but these women prove there can be a way out.
Not one of the three friends expected her life to be touched by depression, postpartum or otherwise, yet it was depression that brought them together.
When my older son was born in October 2000, we could not have welcomed a baby into a more mature, loving situation, but between his colicky cries and my changing hormones, I was ragged, terrified, and humiliated.