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How to Prevent Paternal Perinatal Depression


  Depression is a clinical disorder that can arise at specific times such as pregnancy and childbirth. In this instance, it gives rise to perinatal depression. It can affect both the mother and father. In fact, although the condition is often associated with women, there are increasing numbers of fathers experiencing the symptoms of perinatal depression. There are various reasons for the increase in diagnoses among fathers. Among them is greater awareness and, thus, better identification of perinatal depression by professionals. Furthermore, changes in gender roles and an increase in paternal involvement mean that fathers are frequently more involved in…

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