Shortly after birth, the baby is happily lying in his mother’s arms – this says all that matters. But what comes next is rarely talked about: Postpartum bed. From the experience of having to “water yourself” to postpartum depression, the Gyncast team explains everything expectant parents need to know about the first few weeks after giving birth.
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Podcasters Anna Kemper, Esther Kugelbaum, and Prof. Dr. Mandy Mangler is also one of them Very personal experiences. About how important the midwife is during this time. Or why a hospital nurse gave advice to go to the toilet with a glass of warm water. And how Mandy Mangler deals with postpartum depression in her clinic.
Postpartum depression is more common than thought
What’s called Postpartum depression Not uncommon: it even comes with Ten to 15 percent of all women give birth During the first three months after birth. This can increase the pressure on new parents – because as a mother you have to be happy.
You can hear how those affected can get help and what factors increase their risk in Gyncast – the gynecology podcast from Tagesspiegel.
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