Postpartum depression: The worst kept secret


In our African environment, mothers with post-partum depression feel ashamed to admit the fact that they are finding it difficult to bond with their babies, feel inadequate and just feel withdrawn from everyone. The Harvard Health post below explores this phenomenon. I have also included a link to a post I had made on this.

https://chatwithdrketch.com/2014/08/21/daily-health-tips-post-partum-depression-and-more-questions-on-ebola/

Early detection of postpartum depression is key to ensure the best health for not just women, but for their new infants and family members as well.

Source: Postpartum depression: The worst kept secret

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