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What Do You Know About Postpartum Depression?

After giving birth some mamas find themselves seeing blue — no matter what the sex of their new baby. Postpartum depression (PPD) is a common side effect of giving birth that, if dealt with properly, can be nothing more than a bump in the road. It's more common that most think. In fact, more than 20 percent of LilSugar readers suffered from PPD. Take the quiz to see how much you know about postpartum depression, but if you feel like you're depressed, it's always a good idea to talk to your doctor.

What Do You Know About Postpartum Depression?

What percentage of women suffers from early-onset postpartum depression (aka "Baby Blues")?

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:-( 80% only used the sad face cuz I suffered for 14 months and am terrified to go through it again after this pregnancy ends.
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