Baby blues after pregnancy are common and will typically resolve on its own within a few weeks of the birth. While postpartum depression is also proving to be more common, medical intervention is needed. Blame the Pregnancy Hormones After the birth of the baby, the enormous amount of hormones that have been present in the body to support the growing baby decrease drastically. This rapid reduction in hormone levels can leave the new mom a crying mess. Tears and sadness may be uncontrollable and for no apparent reason. Coupled with the lack of sleep, the combination can provide an unbearable
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