Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Taking place after the birth of a child: as, postpartum hemorrhage.
- adj. Pertaining to the period immediately after childbirth.
“Is it to wing-nutty to theorize that the whole point of this is to kill post-partum an idea they couldn't abort before birth?”
“ONLINE SHOPPING phobia picky eater post-partum depression”
“The funds will be spent on training health workers, developing antibiotics for infections in newborns and treating post-partum hemorrhage in mothers.”
“Doctors tell you that your chances of post-partum depression are so high that you may not attach to your baby.”
“Dust and noise aside, I am convinced that I was in some sort of post-partum euphoria to go through with this.”
“Its destruction was an anti-climactic rude awakening that represents itself like a form of post-partum depression afflicting those who participated in the birth of a false image.”
“Sure, he's been a bit less of a kook lately, but I contend the damage was done in 2005 -- when he dismissed psychology as pseudo-science, berated Brooke Shields for getting help with post-partum depression and generally let his Scientology freak flag fly.”
“Mr. Cruise has indeed said some patently absurd things about post-partum depression (for which he later apologized) and dismissed the validity of psychology.”
“This results in uncontrollable leakage that is discovered early in the post-partum period.”
“In fact, they are regularly cited as triggers for many serious complications, including Shaken Baby Syndrome, marital stress, SIDS, over-medication of the infant ... and the increasingly common scourge, post-partum depression (PPD).”
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