The Universal Tragedy of Women Dying from Childbirth

Pregnancy comes with a mix of discomfort and happy anticipation of the appearance of a new member to the family. Both mother and father await the new arrival by buying baby clothes and setting up a nursery.

Finally, the happy day arrives, and the mother prepares to give birth. There is an adage that a woman never comes as close to death than when giving birth.
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Postpartum Depression—A Treatable Disorder

Every year in the United States 6.4 million babies are born and put into the arms of proud and excited new mothers. These women have experienced nine or ten long months of pregnancy with all its physical and emotional challenges and have finally received the reward for all their suffering. Soon they are taking home their little bundle and daydream about their child growing up, going to school, and attending prom.
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