Find out more about postpartum depression and other perinatal disorders:
Postpartum Support International - postpartum.net
Postpartum Stress Center - postpartumstress.com
Postpartum Resource Center of NY - postpartumny.org
Seleni Institute - seleni.org
Postpartum Men postpartummen.com
Motherisk provides evidence-based information and guidance about the safety or risk to the developing fetus or infant, of maternal exposure to drugs, chemicals, diseases, radiation and environmental agents. This is a link to information about medication taken during pregnancy and while breastfeeding and how it may impact the baby.
D-MER.org is a website dedicated to the education and awareness of dysphoric milk ejection reflex, which involves intense feelings of sadness or rage with milk letdown in nursing/pumping moms. d-mer.org
The Hyperemesis Education and Research Foundation empowers those managing HG with information and support to minimize suffering, long-term health complications, and pregnancy loss. HER Foundation hyperemesis.org
The Western New York Perinatal Bereavement Network assists the community in meeting the needs of people facing perinatal death, the death of a baby from miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth or early infant death. They have a variety of support services and are active with community events in addition to a newsletter. 716-626-6363, E-mail: Christine@wnypbn.org, Website: wnypbn.org
Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance (MMHLA) is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the mental health of mothers and childbearing people in the United States with a focus on national policy and health equity. MMHLA advocates for improved maternal mental health care and serves as a clearinghouse of information related to maternal mental health. mmhla.org
The National Birth Equity Collaborative creates solutions that optimize Black maternal and infant health through training, policy advocacy, research, and community-centered collaboration. birthequity.org
REPROTOX® contains summaries on the effects of medications, chemicals, infections, and physical agents on pregnancy, reproduction, and development. The REPROTOX® system was developed as an adjunct information source for clinicians, scientists, and government agencies. Patients should consult their health care providers rather than relying on REPROTOX® summaries. You can visit the REPROTOX® website or download the REPROTOX® app.