Mental Health

The immediate postpartum period, typically defined as the first six to eight weeks after childbirth, is commonly recognized as a time when postpartum depression can emerge. However, it’s essential to understand that the timeframe for the development of postpartum depression extends beyond the initial weeks following childbirth.

Can Postpartum Depression Start at 3 Months?

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While breastfeeding can be a beautiful experience for many mothers, it is not always smooth sailing. Understanding the interplay between the biological and emotional factors at play can help us appreciate the complexity of the breastfeeding and postpartum depression relationship.

Breastfeeding and Postpartum Depression

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