A 32-year-old female asked:
How's ppd different from normal hardship of new parenthood? i filled out a survey at 5-week pp appt; it didn't raise red flags, but i'm not so sure.
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Reevaluation: Post partum depression is very common. Typically if patients are asking about it then they likely are at risk. It is often missed because doctors do not screen for it and patients are often embarrassed to bring it up. I would suggest scheduling a follow up visit with your doctor or even a Healthtap virtual visit to discuss in more detail
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Last updated Feb 25, 2018
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