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postnatal

[pōs′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Subsequent to birth.
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Those without prenatal US or postnatal information pertinent to the imaging findings and final diagnosis were excluded.
Dr Amy Brown, associate professor and programme director for the MSc Child Public Health, who led the study, said: "We previously knew that a shorter breastfeeding duration was linked to a higher risk of postnatal depression but had not explored the mother's experiences of stopping breastfeeding.
Exposure to ETS in the postnatal period, alone or in association with exposure during pregnancy, increases the risk of behavioural disorders in primary school children," explains Isabella Annesi-Maesano, Inserm Research Director.
Dr Manal told Gulf News: "Under this facility, the nurse on visit will check the umbilical cord of the baby, administer necessary vaccinations to the newborn, provide lactation counselling to the new mother and also check on the mother's general health to detect any signs of conditions like postnatal depression and other physiological weaknesses such as low haemoglobin count or fever.
Risk factors identified as being strongly associated with maternal postnatal depression include a lack of close confiding relationships, poor marital relationships, recent life events, low social support and a previous psychiatric history (Dennis 2005).
FIVE: MARKET SEGMENTS[euro]" PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL TESTING FOR INHERITED DISORDERS
Although never formally diagnosed, it's only now Mark, 41, realises he was suffering from male postnatal depression - a condition that until recently has been somewhat taboo and dismissed.
Most of those maternal and neonatal deaths actually occur in the postnatal period," Langlois said.
Critique: A seminal work on a heretofore largely neglected but critically important subject, "Sad Dad: An Exploration of Postnatal Depression in Fathers" is very highly recommended reading, especially for anyone having to deal professionally or personally with fatherhood based depression.
In most cases, these feelings pass within weeks but for mothers with postnatal depression, things do not improve.
While quantitative clonal analysis combined with mathematical modeling has been used recently to decipher the cellular basis of tissue homeostasis, such experimental approaches have never been used so far in mammals to investigate the cellular hierarchy acting during tissue expansion such as postnatal development and tissue repair.
There are more than 47, 655 women in 2013 who are experiencing postnatal depression according to Deloitte and ABS data analysis.