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Fast-acting treatment for postpartum depression, if approved, could help hundreds of thousands of new mothers

This update corrects the spelling of Marie McCausland’s last name.

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Marie McCausland gave birth to a baby boy, Jeffrey, on Mother’s Day of 2017.

The joyous occasion was quickly marred by a serious medical emergency. Four days later, McCausland was admitted to the hospital for postpartum preeclampsia, a rare but serious condition that can lead to seizures, stroke and other life-threatening complications.

McCausland, who is 28 and lives in Cleveland with her husband and son, returned to her work as an HIV researcher 10 weeks after her ordeal. But something wasn’t right. She’d just had a beautiful baby who had her own blue eyes, but she didn’t feel good.

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