post-natal


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Related to post-natal: puerperium, post-natal depression
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post-natal

[ˈpəʊstˈneɪtl]
A. ADJpostnatal, pos(t)parto
B. CPD post-natal depression Ndepresión f pos(t)parto

post-natal

(pəusˈneitl) adjective
concerned with, or happening, in the period after birth.
References in periodicals archive ?
Post-natal mothers can miss out on the care they need because of understaffing at rural hospitals.
The report revealed that 40% of mums said they were discharged before they felt ready and 65% of midwives said post-natal visits were determined by organisational pressure rather than need.
ONE in 10 women suffers from post-natal depression and its causes are not fully understood.
ONLY those who experience post-natal depression can know its full horrors.
A YOUNG mum who has recovered from post-natal depression has admitted she thought about killing her baby daughter while in the grip of the devastating illness.
A spokeswoman said the majority of maternal deaths in the UK happen after birth so addressing the concerns around post-natal care is of "paramount importance".
Health experts from the American Mission Hospital (AMH) are hoping that a number of free anti-natal and post-natal classes will help to bring together new mums and mums to be.
A report carried out by Netmums and the Royal College of Midwives also found that three quarters of mothers with post-natal depression said they did not see any medical help from maternity teams.
The money is being used by PSS to expand its pioneering work hels ping women suffering from post-natal depression.
A SOUTH Wales mother who admitted seriously injuring her daughter in the weeks after she was born escaped jail yesterday after medical evidence she was suffering a severe form of post-natal depression at the time.
Hatta Hospital has expanded its maternity service by opening a labour suite, a post-natal ward and a special baby-care unit, said a top hospital official.