What’s The Difference Between the Baby Blues and Postpartum Depression?

When a mother welcomes a new child into the world, her life is bound to change drastically. Between the changes in lifestyle, schedules, and priorities, it’s a known fact that parenting is a major adjustment. But what about the changes going on beneath the surface for a mother? On top of everything else that’s changing …

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Experience A Postpartum Depression Breakthrough With ZULRESSO™

The first few weeks of caring for a newborn come with sleepless nights, frustration, joy, and many other emotions. Newborns are exhausting! It’s normal for new moms to feel anxious, tired, and overwhelmed because having a baby is a significant life change. But sometimes, these feelings can signify more than just a case of the …

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Evidence-Based Options for Postpartum Depression

You probably heard about the “baby blues” before you got pregnant. It’s totally normal for new moms to feel fatigued, anxious, and even a little sad after their babies are born. It’s very common, but it’s manageable and usually resolves on its own after a few weeks. While the symptoms may be similar, postpartum depression …

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Ketamine: An Innovative Treatment for Postpartum Depression

Have you recently given birth and believe you may be experiencing postpartum depression (PDS)? Figures released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that “one in nine women experience PDS, with higher prevalence in certain states and subgroups of women.” Ketamine treatments in Los Angeles are a safe way to help if you’re …

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Experimental drug shows promise for treatment of postpartum depression

An experimental drug touted as a breakthrough for treating severe postpartum depression is showing some promising results in a small clinical trial. Sage Therapeutics (SAGE), based in Cambridge, Mass., reported on Tuesday that 7 of the 10 women who took the drug in the trial experienced significant improvement in their depression within 60 hours of …

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