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  • adj. Before giving birth; prenatal.


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  • Josna developed labor pains in the seventh month of her pregnancy and went into prepartum haemorrhage.

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  • I have a WONDERFUL therapist who helped me TREMENDOUSLY when I went through prepartum depression.


  • As a prepartum gift, the couple sent Dawne and her husband to the Super Bowl.

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  • It is the mother who has the job of constructing the fetus out of prepartum nourishment and her own body's nutritional reserves.

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  • It is what happens when a women has prepartum and postpartum depression and gradually comes out of it with no help from medicines or professionals because there is no money to afford help.

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  • If the father wants the child and the mother doesn’t, there is no current feasible way for the father to take on the prepartum duties - that’s something only a woman can do, and I don’t think post-implantation fetus transplants are available.

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  • He had been writing speeches for Barry for a couple of years, but the book we’re talking about, which I saw prepartum, in partu and postpartum before, during and after birth was Brent’s.

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  • “Darling, you’re only suffering from prepartum depression.”

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