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    Laura Baginski lives in Old Irving Park with her husband and two sons.

    The signs and symptoms of postpartum depression

    How to recognize the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression in new moms, and how to treat this common condition.

     

    Lifestyle blog Fix put together this helpful infographic about recognizing and treating postpartum depression, a topic you just can't know enough about. Postpartum depression can happen to any new mom, and the effects go beyond the "baby blues." And too few people talk about it, despite the efforts of celebrities such as Hayden Panettiere, Brooke Shields and Drew Barrymore to shed light on the pervasive condition.

    Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of postpartum depression in yourself and others, and share this with a friend!

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    Source: Fix.com Blog

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