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    jacklin posted:
    What are baby blues?
    More than half of mothers after giving birth to a child usually suffer from temporary symptoms of depression. It is also called postpartum blues. These symptoms are mixed feelings of happiness, usually associated with all or a combination of irritability, tears, insomnia, and mood swings etc. Baby blues commonly referred term to postpartum depression (PPD) is related to pregnancy and childbirth.


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    An_250549 responded:
    well Jacklin I do personally believe that I am goin threw that at thys mommet in my pregnatcy bc I am sumtymes happy sumtymes sad an sumtymes u cnt tell weather I am happy upset or jus mad
    I am young so I do not know exactly how to handle a situation like this


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