Despite its widespread nature, there is still a great amount of mystery surrounding PND - and it's important to try unravelling as much of that as we can.
There are a number of myths surrounding postnatal depression, some of which helped Megan Blandford ignore her own PND for so long. Here's why so many PND myths just aren’t true.
Inflammation and gender disappointment may underlie the results, researchers say.
New research suggests there's a need to focus more on helping new mothers manage pain after the baby is born.
After my first child, from the moment I woke up to the moment I finally fell into a drug-induced sleep, it was pure hell.
'I hated touching him, I hated looking at him - I genuinely thought that I hated him.'
If a woman's principal feeling toward her child is disinterest, it may be a sign of postnatal depression.
'Being in a psychiatric ward without my baby felt like hell': mums explain the importance of mother and baby mental health units
Mothers explain why Mother and Baby Mental Health Units are so important.
Postnatal depression is much better understood today. Not so its darker sister, postnatal psychosis.
"I had daddy depression."
While childbirth is often a joyful event, it rarely unfolds exactly how we think it will.
Brigid Glanville took time off work to have her second child, Clementine, but in the months following the birth, things started to unravel.
Rage is often followed by feelings of guilt, shame and secrecy.