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  Postnatal Depression – Predisposition
 

Are some mothers more likely to get postnatal depression?

- PND is more common in mothers who have previously had episodes of depression.

- A history of depression in family members also increases the risk, probably via genetic (inherited) factors.

- PND is also more common in mothers who have experienced stressful life events during the pregnancy, those who do not have support at home, in those in whom the baby was unplanned or unwanted, and when the baby has been born with some problem.

Visit the website of the postnatal depression society: http://www.pndsa.co.za for help and support

See also:

Postnatal depression - Postnatal Depression

Postnatal depression - Causes

Postnatal depression - Father

Postnatal depression - Father’s Embarrassment

Postnatal depression - Helping Yourself

Postnatal depression - Postnatal depression or baby blues?

Postnatal depression - Treatment

 
   
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