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postnatal

[pōs′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Subsequent to birth.
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The level and competence of the person providing post-partum and/or post-natal care at high-level referral facilities, district or primary level facilities, will of course vary greatly.
But while the fiancee of footballer Jamie O'Hara spoke about her medical issues over the past few months, the main reason she was on the show was to talk about her battle with post-natal depression following the births of her sons Archie and Harry.
Up until 2007, the clinic managed to follow up most GDM patients post-natally, with a 70 percent success rate in motivating them to carry out their post-natal OGTT.
Her post-natal depression and self-harming returned after the birth of their second child too.
They found that women admitted to hospital during their pregnancy had more than twice the risk of post-natal depression as those who stayed out of hospital until delivery time.
Research suggests that more than 17,000 women in the UK may suffer undetected post-natal depression each year.
In addition to post-natal exercise enabling a mother's body to strengthen, firm, and reshape after the physical distortions and stresses of pregnancy and childbirth, these fun-filled, enjoyable exercises allow for the natural increase in a healthy babies weight gain and physical maturation.
Her specialty is in fertility, pre- and post-natal yoga.
CM sees this disorder as having a Pre-natal origin, compounded by a Post-natal weakness.
All efforts have been concentrated on post-natal depression.
Similarly the tale of Thomas Salmon who put on women's clothing so that he could take part in some post-natal merriment provides scant support for the transvestite theories which have recently "fascinated" literary scholars [97].
Other microarrays will be developed that detect chromosomal aberrations in pre and post-natal applications.