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Hi,

i am an undergraduate student devoting my entire third year project to postpartum depression.

Please take part in my research looking into how sleep disturbances and social support may be risk factors for postpartum depression.

I state in the study that you have to be within 6 months postpartum to take part, however, if slightly over then please still take part.


thank you.


Last edited by jee104 on December 11th, 2006 02:33 PM; edited 1 time in total
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replied December 3rd, 2006
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Its eight months since I gave birth but I have pnd if theres anything I can do to help?
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replied December 4th, 2006
Re: Post Partum Depression
The 2nd link on the links page tells about the continuum concept. It explains what causes the ppm. See the testimonials about the book. I cannot create a link to the page so click on links from this home page below.


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replied December 11th, 2006
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Hi,

apologies for the above link which doesn't work. It is in fact the right link but the forum automatically changes letters to capitals after full stops which I can't seem to change. The link below is right but the psychology, soton, ac, uk should all be in lower case, as well as the php and survey. The id after survey should be capitals

http://www.Psychology.Soton.Ac.Uk/psychosu rvey/survey_start.Php?Surveyid=127

in reply to sarah, I really appreciate your interest and help. The study asks your baby's age, therefore I will be able to adjust my results accordingly for those more than 6 months postpartum, so please feel free to take part.


To mothers in general, the study takes no longer than 10 minutes, so if you have recently given birth please take part in the research.


Thank you.
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replied December 29th, 2006
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Re: Post Partum Depression
ginkgo wrote:
the 2nd link on the links page tells about the continuum concept. It explains what causes the ppm. See the testimonials about the book. I cannot create a link to the page so click on links from this home page below.



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