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postnatal in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpostnatalpost‧na‧tal /ˌpəʊstˈneɪtl◂ $ ˌpoʊst-/ adjective [only before noun]  MBrelating to the time after a baby is born opp prenatal postnatal care postnatal depression (=an illness in which a woman feels very unhappy and tired after her baby is born)
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postnatalBehavioural problems at 3-4 years of age have also been associated with maternal depression, both concurrent and postnatal.Maternity blues linked to platelet receptors TWO-THIRDS of women suffer from postnatal depression, accompanied by crying, confusion and tension.It may be that you have a form of postnatal depression that needs treatment.In the early weeks after I had him I suffered from postnatal depression.This has now been superseded by more postnatal exercises and physiotherapy.Identical injections of mock-transfected COS-7 cells had no effect on mitosis in postnatal optic nerves.Influence of mesenchyme Data concerning cellular or molecular stimuli that influence postnatal stem cell function invitro, are scant.Each branch operates a postnatal support network of one-to-one friendship.postnatal depressionIn the early weeks after I had him I suffered from postnatal depression.Maternity blues linked to platelet receptors TWO-THIRDS of women suffer from postnatal depression, accompanied by crying, confusion and tension.It may be that you have a form of postnatal depression that needs treatment.