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 ?
A first-cut approach would be to develop eligibility criteria for post-natal financial support.
ONLY those who experience post-natal depression can know its full horrors.
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.
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.
Groundwork North East is introducing First Steps 4 Families, free post-natal exercise sessions and fun family activities.
The incidence rate is almost the same as that for post-natal depression, which affects around one in 10 new mothers.
This study uses Demographic & Health Survey data for Egypt in 2005 and 2008 and Bangladesh in 2004 and 2007 to analyse levels and trends in post-partum and post-natal care by place of delivery.
A six weeks post-natal OGTT, a HbA1c (a test of average blood sugar levels over previous three months) and a lipids test are also strongly recommended.
Summary: Sadie Frost has opened up about her marriage to Jude Law and her battle with post-natal depression.