Postpartum depression less likely in winter, spring births

Postpartum depression less likely in winter, spring births

Women who give birth during winter or spring are more unlikely that than ladies that deliver during the fall or summer to suffer from postpartum depression, suggests research. The protective mechanism seen women delivering during winter and spring might be attributed to the seasonal enjoyment of indoor activities mothers exposure to newborns, the study said. Further, the findings established that girls who delivered babies at a higher gestational age (along with their pregnancy) were less likely to formulate postpartum depression. Conversely, females who did not have anaesthesia seemed to be…

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