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3 Red Flags That Can Create Postpartum Depression

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Journal of Affective Disorders.To gain more insight into the risk factors for postpartum depression, researchers analyzed questionnaires from over 1.1 million new moms.

They filled out an “After Childbirth Survey” on the Flo app, allowing women to track their menstrual cycle.The survey responses revealed that ten percent of 18- to 24-year-olds reported postpartum depression symptoms, the highest among any age group.

Only 6.5% of 35- to 39-year-olds experienced postpartum depression.The percentage of women forty and older who developed PPD increased slightly to 6.9%.

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