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Postnatal depression

Many women experience the 'baby blues' after pregnancy, but when feelings persist beyond these early days, it may be a sign of depression.

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Contributing factors for postnatal depression or anxiety

Contributing factors for postnatal depression or anxiety

Read more on Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia (PANDA) website

Stress, Anxiety & Postnatal Depression | Tresillian

Tips on how to deal with signs of stress and anger and where to go for help if you think you have postnatal depression.

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Postnatal depression - COPE

COPE's purpose is to prevent and improve the quality of life of those living with emotional and mental health problems that occur prior to and within the perinatal period.

Read more on COPE - Centre of Perinatal Excellence website

Antenatal & postnatal depression in men | Raising Children Network

Men can get antenatal depression and postnatal depression. If you’re a man with symptoms of antenatal depression or PND, don’t ignore them – seek help.

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Antenatal & postnatal depression: women | Raising Children Network

Antenatal depression and postnatal depression are more than pregnancy ups and downs or baby blues. If you have symptoms, it’s a good idea to seek help.

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Postnatal depression: supporting a partner | Raising Children Network

If your partner is diagnosed with postnatal depression, you can help in many ways. It’s also very important to help your partner get professional support.

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Is my partner OK? - Partners to Parents - postnatal depression

Are you wondering "Is my partner OK?" Find out how to recognise if your partner is experiencing depression or anxiety during pregnancy or following birth

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