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Synonyms for postnatal

occurring immediately after birth

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The outcome variable was measured by asking the practice and timing of postnatal care visit with three possible responses (i.e., (1) only received postnatal care once after delivery, (2) received twice within the recommended postnatal schedule (successive or interrupted), and (3) received thrice subsequent postnatal care within the recommended time frame).
Dr Judy Shakespeare, spokeswoman for perinatal mental health for the Royal College of GPs, said: "Physical activity has numerous benefits for all patients' physical and mental health, so it's not surprising that this study has found it to have a positive effect on reducing some perinatal mental health issues, such as postnatal depression, in new mothers.
Postnatal depression is an important public health problem worldwide and rate is relatively higher in developing countries4, and about 1 in 4 women in developing countries suffer from depressive Illness around the period of childbirth2.
2003), we also tested whether continued oral Mn exposure throughout postnatal life exacerbated the effects of the early postnatal exposure.
Group 2 (MMI-induced postnatal hypothyroidism group): The pregnant rats were fed ad libitum with water during pregnancy.
The issue of the physical, the postnatal period have higher chances of developing affective disorders as compared to any other time throughout their life.
On day seven, postnatal testes in the control group showed a basal layer of the seminiferous epithelium being occupied almost entirely by the spermatogonia.
This study reviews prenatal and postnatal MRI performed at Groote Schuur Hospital (GSH), Cape Town, SA, over the 6-year period 2006-2011.
It found that although shorter breastfeeding duration increased the risk of postnatal depression, it was actually the reason for stopping that predicted a higher postnatal depression score.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers analyzed data on pre- and postnatal exposure to tobacco in the homes of 5,200 primary school children, and have found that early exposure to tobacco can lead to behavioral problems in children.
As part of a three-month trial, the postnatal ward, ward 17, at The James Cook University Hospital will welcome the birth partner of each new mum overnight.
The new home care package enables a visit from a nurse for a complete postnatal home care check-up for a new mother and her baby.
Postnatal depression is the bread and butter of health visiting, but when it comes to easy-to-use standardised resources for depression following birth in mothers and fathers, there is a huge gap.