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Zuranolone – Another Hope For Postpartum Depression

Zuranolone – Another Hope For Postpartum Depression

As postpartum depression shadows the joy of many new mothers, Zuranolone emerges as a promising oral alternative, addressing the constraints of the current intravenous treatment.

Postpartum depression (PPD) occurs in about 6.5% to 20% of women[1]. While the birth of a child is traditionally associated with happiness and . . .

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