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post·par·tum

 (pōst-pär′təm)
adj.
Of or occurring in the period shortly after childbirth: postpartum complications.

[Latin post partum : post, after; see post- + partum, accusative of partus, birth, from past participle of parere, to beget; see perə- in Indo-European roots.]

postpartum

(pəʊstˈpɑːtəm)
adj
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) med following childbirth
[Latin: after the act of giving birth]

post•par•tum

(poʊstˈpɑr təm)

adj.
following childbirth.
[1840–50; < New Latin post partum after childbirth; post post- + partum, acc. of partus=par(ere) to bear + -tus suffix of v. action]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.postpartum - occurring immediately after birthpostpartum - occurring immediately after birth; "postnatal development"
Translations

postpartum

[pəʊstˈpɑːtəm]
B. CPD postpartum depression Ndepresión f pos(t)parto

post·par·tum

n. L. postpartum, después del parto, posparto;
___ bluesestado de depresión que sigue al parto, depresión posparto;
___ pituitary insufficiencyinsuficiencia pituitaria del ___.

postpartum

adj & adv posparto or postparto (inv); the second week postpartum..la segunda semana posparto
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In March, the Food and Drug Administration approved a novel medication, Zulresso (brexanolone), for the treatment of postpartum depression.
Childbirth is a trigger for first-onset or recurrence of various psychiatric disorders; however, research and clinical efforts have focused mainly on postpartum mood disorders.
Postpartum anxiety is more common than postpartum depression, but is often overlooked.
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Many causes have been reported are responsible for SRUB, such as bladder tumor, chronic inflammation, bladder diverticulum, neurogenic bladder, excessive alcohal intake, radiocystitis and chemotherapy induced cystitis.While postpartum SRUB without underlying pathology is not well acknowledged and relatively rare in the clinical practice.
Background and Objecvites: Approximately 55-85% of women worldwide have experienced postpartum blues (PPB) during 6-9 weeks after delivery without receiving the counseling program; more than 20% of them have developed into postpartum depression.
Objective: To determine the success rate of intrauterine balloon tamponade versus B Lynch suture in the management of severe postpartum hemorrhage.
Objective: To examine weight retention and affecting factors among 12-18 months postpartum women.