Postpartum blues in Indonesia has a high prevalence at 37% to 67%. Postpartum blues syndrome has been described as varying changes in the affective domain, such as feelings, behavior, or thoughts, that can be influenced by the roles and tasks of women, along with their social, cultural, and economic support. Instruments that measure maternal blues through bonding attachment behavior have never before been developed in Indonesia.
|Journal||Malaysian Family Physician: the Official Journal of the Academy of Family Physicians of Malaysia|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Mar 2021|