Baby Blues

During the first few weeks after delivery up to 15% of new mothers experience post natal depression. This is characterized by mood swings, lethargy, feelings of inadequacy, and anxiety.
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baby blues

The 'baby blues' is a mild depression which many women experience three or four days after giving birth. Weepiness, mood swings, anxiety and/or unhappiness can result from the dramatic drop in hormones after birth and from a feeling of anticlimax after the anticipation and excitement of having a baby. See also postnatal depression.
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Baby blues

Baby blues: A common temporary psychological state right after childbirth when a new mother may have sudden mood swings, feeling very happy, then very sad, cry for no apparent reason, feel impatient, unusually irritable, restless, anxious, lonely and sad. The baby blues may last only a few hours or as long as 1 to 2 weeks after delivery. The baby b
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Baby Blues

[US TV series] Baby Blues is an animated television series based on the Baby Blues comic strip. The first eight episodes of Baby Blues originally aired in the United States on The WB from July 28, 2000 until August 24, 2000, before the series cancellation. Five then-unaired were later aired on Adult Swim in 2002. Another season consisting o
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Baby Blues

[disambiguation] Baby Blues is a comic strip. Baby Blues may also refer to; == See also == ...
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Baby Blues

[Singapore TV series] Baby Blues ({zh|s=谁家母鸡不生蛋|p=shéi jiā mǔ jī bù shēng dàn}, lit "Whose hen doesn`t lay eggs?") is a Chinese drama produced in Singapore and broadcast in 2005. The show stars Hong Kong veteran actress Zhu Mimi, Xie Shaoguang, Chen Liping, Michelle Chong, Chen Hanwei, Allan Wu and Jin Yinji. This show
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Baby Blues

Baby blues is slang for eyes.
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Baby Blues

Baby blues is slang for eyes.
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Baby Blues

Baby Blues is an American comic strip created and produced by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott since January 7, 1990. Distributed by King Features Syndicate since 1995, the strip focuses on the MacPherson family and specifically on the raising of the three MacPherson children. When the strip debuted, the MacPherson family consisted of Wanda and Darryl
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Baby Blues

A temporary state of heightened emotions that happens in about half of women who have recently given birth. This usually begins 3-5 days after delivery and will last for several days to 2 weeks. If you experience the blues, you may cry more easily than usual, have trouble sleeping or feel irritable and sad. Baby blues are very common and it is not
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Baby Blues

A period of mild depression after childbirth, the baby blues tends to last a few hours or a few days and then disappears. Not to be confused with postnatal depression (see definition)
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Baby Blues

[2008 film] Baby Blues (also known as Cradle Will Fall) is a 2008 American horror film co-directed by Lars Jacobson and Amardeep Kaleka, based on the 2001 killings of five children by their mother Andrea Yates. The entire film was filmed in Savannah, Georgia USA by the company Neverending Light Productions. ==Plot== Based on Andrea Yates an
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Baby blues

Mild depression that follows childbirth. It is usually the result of the postpartum
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