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Dealing with Postnatal depression
What causes Post Natal Depression?
A change in certain hormone levels, the emotional upheaval of having a child and genetics are thought to be probable causes. Those who have had a difficult pregnancy or childbirth or have a family/ personal history of depression or are getting poor support from the family or partner are usually more at risk than others.
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