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A new guide to pregnancy issued by government health chiefs has warned men that they can sometimes suffer from morning sickness and postnatal depression along with their partners.
The 2006 Pregnancy Book, which is issued by the Department of Heath, offers advice for both partners on what to expect during the pregnancy.
And while advising men how to help their partners through the experience, it also warns expectant fathers that in some cases they can find themselves suffering the same symptons as the mother.
"Believe it or not, men can get symptoms of pregnancy too," it notes.
"The most commonly reported ones are sleeplessness, indigestion and nausea. They are probably caused by stress, but are no less uncomfortable for that."
The guide, which can be obtained from the Department of Health's website, also advises men they can suffer from depression in the wake of the baby's birth.
"Some mothers become depressed and need a lot of extra support, both practical and emotional," it says.
"You may also get depressed. Your partner is facing the biggest changes but that doesn't mean that you should ignore your own feelings. You need support too."
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