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Postpartum Depression Powerpoint

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Angelica Alibin

on 31 January 2013

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Created by Angelica Alibin & Jaclyn Quedding Postpartum Depression Definition Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a moderate to severe depression in a women after she gave birth
Mostly occurs within the 3 months after her birth or sometimes occur a year later after the birth SIGNS & SYMPTOMS Lack of interest in your baby
Trouble with sleep
Feeling worthless and guilt
Lack of energy & motivation Life Interferences Physical Changes: hormone levels dropped
Emotional Factors: feeling of being overwhelmed/anxious
Lifestyle Influences: financial problems, lack of support of spouse or loved ones, etc. Causes Marriage problems
Low self-esteem
Loss of support
Children may develop behavioral problems such as sleep problems, temper tantrums, hyperactivity, etc. Treatments Medicine
Psychotherapy
Counseling
Antidepressants
Eat balanced meals at regular times
Do light exercise
Hormone therapy Statistics Approximately 10% - 15% of women suffer from postpartum mood disorders, including PPD, postpartum anxiety/OCD, & postpartum psychosis
An average of 15% of all postpartum women in the U.S. suffer
Each year approximately 950,000 women are suffering PPD. Where to get help Postpartum Support International
Telephone #: (631) 422-3355
Website: www.postpartum.net/
Postpartum & Pregnancy Telephone Support
Telephone #: (877) 644-7001
Website: www.mothertomothersupport.org Sources http://www.helpguide.org/mental/postpartum_depression.htm
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