Physical factors related to delivery, such as perineal trauma, are likely better predictors of sexual functioning earlier in the postpartum
period, whereas psychological factors may better explain sexual functioning patterns later on, once any injuries have healed.
I personally think that the postpartum
IUD is the next big thing," she said during a clinical seminar on contraception at the annual meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
The horrific deaths of the Yates children in 2001 and the publicity surrounding the trial brought national attention to postpartum
depression and greater focus on postpartum
The success of postpartum
family planning programs in low-income countries has been limited by poor access to prenatal care, skilled delivery and postnatal care.
Kleiman, a social worker specializing in postpartum
depression and founder of a treatment and professional training center for prenatal and postpartum
depression and anxiety, and Wenzel, a clinical psychologist who lectures on mental health and psychotherapy issues and supervises clinical psychologists, social workers, and psychiatric nurses, help couples repair their relationships after postpartum
depression and increase their awareness and satisfaction with their marriage.
Further, impaired neutrophil cell functions certainly indicate immunosuppression in buffaloes those developed postpartum
reproductive disorders in this study.
Her own experience with postpartum
depression illustrates how difficult it can be for clinicians to recognize the illness, which can present in many ways.
depression crops up in women across the board; most studies conclude that neither a mother's race, nor her ethnicity, nor her education level makes her more or less predisposed to it.
depression is not the same as the "baby blues" which affect many women in the first couple of weeks after the birth of their baby.
Pregnant and postpartum
women who were either recommended or offered influenza vaccine by their healthcare providers were 5 times more likely to be vaccinated than women who were not recommended or offered the vaccine.
Researchers recruited black and Hispanic mothers during their postpartum
hospital stays and randomly assigned them either to a two-part behavioral intervention or their usual care.
The findings were strongest on day 5, the day when postpartum
blues is usually the most severe.