Hello new mom! With everything going on around the world, it is understandable to have mixed emotions: fear, anger, sadnessm anxiety or joy.
You are not alone in your struggles.
You are not crazy.
You are not weak.
Postpartum depression is a kind depression that occurs right after the birth of your baby. It may last for 2months or up to a year.
According to medical experts, changes in hormone levels during pregnancy and after child birth can change a woman's mood.
In addition, a previous history of depression, lack of finance, unexpected/unwanted pregnancy. force marriages or stress can lead to postpartum depression.
Yes you can. You do not have to be embarrassed by this nor is it a taboo. If you have been experiencing these symptoms after giving birth (2weeks or longer), please contact your doctor. Remember there is no shame in seeking help.
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Powerofpositivity.com [Postpartum Depression Symptoms - Accessed March 2020]
Psycom.net [Postpartum Depression - Accessed March 2020]
Mayoclinic.org [Postpartum Depression - Accessed July 2020]
Webmd.com [Postpartum Depression - Accessed July 2020]
NHS.uk [Postnatal Depression - Accessed July 2020]
Helpguide.org [Postpartum depression and baby blues - Accessed July 2020]
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