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.
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This study assesses, for the first time, the levels and a few characteristics of post-partum and post-natal care in two population-based surveys.
Appearing on This Morning on Tuesday to talk about her battle with post-natal depression and her implant issues, Lloyd said: "It's strange because as soon as they took them out I wanted to have them back in again".
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.
WOMEN who experience pregnancy complications or a difficult labour are at higher risk of post-natal depression, experts said.
Levels of a hormone produced by the placenta half way through pregnancy could provide a test for women at risk of post-natal depression, new research suggests.
RE: THE article on post-natal depression (Daily Post, May 5).
First, the argument that the lack of government programs, adoption alternatives, and post-natal care is somehow a "cause" of abortions is spurious, and those who promote it know it is.
Lose That Baby Fat: Bouncing Back The First Year After Having A Baby: A Mom-friendly Fitness Program by La Reine Chabut is an informative exploration and encouraging mapping and reference for women worried for not being able to lose their post-natal additional weight.
More than 250 indigenous women and their families are benefiting from this community healthcare project, which educates and trains indigenous people to identify and treat common illnesses such as colds and flu, practice pre- and post-natal care, and prevent routine ailments.
For training on abuse in the pre-and post-natal periods.
Once the infrastructure is in place, experts will introduce a post-natal embryonic stem cells collection.