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.
Up to 80 percent of women will experience the 'baby blues' in the days following their child’s birth. But for some women, the feelings of sadness aren’t just about ‘feeling a bit down’ – they’re a sign of postnatal depression.
As a 30-year-old mum, six months pregnant with a second child, I should have been happy.
PANDA (Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Australia) have shared a heart-warming letter to a café owner, in a Facebook post that has shone a night on the importance of kindness,
"No-one likes to see a pregnant woman cry": Age journalist Miki Perkins tells how she developed anxiety and depression after the birth of her first child.
Kate Moser is one of the many women who suffer depression and anxiety while pregnant.
The risk of having uncontrolled depression is far greater than the small increased risk of birth defects that may be associated with specific antidepressants.
One in 10 new fathers suffers from postnatal depression, new research shows.
Mental health support organisations BeyondBlue and the Smiling Mind have launched Mind the Bump, an app which aims to help manage the stress of pregnancy.
Postnatal depression is a complex condition, but researchers say pain relief during labour may help some women.
While one in 10 mums suffer from postnatal depression (PND), new research shows that men are equally prone to the illness.
The risk of a new mother suffering from postnatal depression could be predicted weeks before birth by monitoring her Twitter feed, scientists say.
A new book looks at the huge emotional challenges that come after childbirth - and the help that's available to mums.