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Postnatal Depression Quiz: Breaking the Silence.

October 18, 2023

Embracing parenthood’s emotional journey, this postnatal depression quiz provides empowering insight.

Medically reviewed by S Kama-Kieghe FRCGP

Postnatal depression is a mood disorder or depression that occurs in mothers after the birth of a baby.

It can arise from a combination of environmental, emotional, hormonal and genetic factors.

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Post natal depression

Explore the important topic of postnatal depression with this informative quiz.  This quiz will help you understand its signs, risk factors, impact on families, and available support.

1 / 7

Postnatal depression will always go away on its own without any intervention.

2 / 7

Postnatal depression has no impact on the well-being of the baby.

3 / 7

Postnatal depression always presents with severe and obvious symptoms.

4 / 7

Hormonal changes after childbirth have no impact on the development of postnatal depression.

5 / 7

Postnatal depression affects only mothers and never fathers.

6 / 7

Postnatal depression can only occur within the first few weeks after childbirth.

7 / 7

Postnatal depression is a mild and expected emotional response after childbirth.

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