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Postnatal depression is a term used to cover feelings of depression after having a baby. At first many women are tired, feel unsure and are not able to cope when they come home from hospital. This normally passes within a couple of weeks. However, for mothers with postnatal depression, things do not improve:
These women are not ungrateful or unmotherly, they are experiencing one of the most common complications of childbirth, from which too many women still suffer unnecessarily in silence - Post-Natal Depression.
At Postnatal Depression Ireland our mission is to provide support, help & friendship to those suffering from the effects of Post Natal Depression. We have been providing these services free of charge for 25 years & hope to continue to do so long into the future.