Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression: You Can't Have PPD

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Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression: You Can't Have PPD

postpartumprogress.com

When this mom sought help for postpartum depression, the obstetrician told her she didn't have it. Now she's angry and she's asking ACOG why OBs aren't better trained to help moms with PPD.

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Tags: Depression, Postpartum Depression, Parenting, Obstetrician-Gynecologist, Obstetrics & Gynecology

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Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression: You Can't Have PPD

postpartumprogress.com — “When this mom sought help for postpartum depression, the obstetrician told her she didn't have it. Now she's angry and she's asking ACOG why OBs aren't better trained to help moms with PPD.View full resource at postpartumprogress.com

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Seeking Help For Postpartum Depression: You Can't Have PPD

postpartumprogress.com — “When this mom sought help for postpartum depression, the obstetrician told her she didn't have it. Now she's angry and she's asking ACOG why OBs aren't better trained to help moms with PPD.View full resource at postpartumprogress.com

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