Quiz: Postpartum Depression
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Postpartum depression is a feeling of extreme sadness and related psychologic disturbances after delivery of a baby. Although it is common to feel sad or miserable within 3 days of delivery (the baby blues), these feelings usually go away within 2 weeks. Postpartum depression is a more serious mood change. Women in which of the following groups are at increased risk for this condition?

  • A.

    Are breastfeeding their infant

  • B.

    Had several previous pregnancies

  • C.

    Had depression before they became pregnant

  • D.

    Have a spouse with a history of depression

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