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Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression is the most common type of female mental disorder. It is a series of physical, emotional and psychological changes caused by sexual hormones, social roles and psychological changes after female production. Typical postpartum depression occurs within 6 weeks postpartum and can last for the whole puerperium, and some even until children go to school. The incidence rate of postpartum depression is 15% to 30%. Postpartum depression usually occurs within 6 weeks and can recover automatically in 3 ~ 6 months, but serious cases can last for 1 ~ 2 years. The recurrence rate of second pregnancy is 20% ~ 30%.

Symptoms

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Dementia syndrome

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Persistent vegetative state

tic and convulsion

Tourette syndrome

Hemorrhagic cerebral infarction

Post traumatic stress disorder

Pure autonomic nerve failure

Cluster headache

Status epilepticus

Pituitary dwarfism

Pituitary apoplexy

Postpartum thyroiditis

Adult total hypophysis

Adult female breast hypertrophy

C5 dysfunction syndrome

Castleman's disease

Adult T-cell leukemia

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