The article focuses on the painful experiences of a few ladies after receiving the “husband stitch” post-childbirth. The article acknowledges that there aren’t any scientific studies inspecting this downside, so it is virtually impossible to know objectively how often it happens, and the issues that come up from it. However, the article does get hold of some feedback from related consultants.

That the grief exclusion from the diagnostic criteria for major depressive episode was deleted in DSM-5 as a end result of psychiatrists did not need to consider that despair has social or psychological causes – NOT TRUE. See the previous level. Also, grief was taken out because it was not felt to be uniquely different from different types of “loss” or stresses that could possibly be experienced by a person, for example, lack of employment, loss of a task corresponding to retirement, loss of a relationship, and so on. …

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