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Br J Gen Pract. Jul 1996; 46(408): 427–428.
PMCID: PMC1239697

The pathway to care in post-natal depression: women's attitudes to post-natal depression and its treatment.

Abstract

Women suffering from post-natal depression were interviewed about their symptoms, help-seeking behaviour and treatment. Over 90% recognized there was something wrong, but only one-third believed they were suffering from post-natal depression. Over 80% had not reported their symptoms to any health professional.

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