Postpartum Depression

How to Talk to Your Doctor About Postpartum Depression

Are you struggling but aren't sure how to talk to your doctor about postpartum depression? Keep reading for help. Postpartum Depression Symptoms can occur three months before giving birth and up to 1 year after the birth of your baby. Most mothers experience a sadness...

Postpartum Depression (PPD) is More Than the ‘Baby Blues’

When you hear the word Postpartum Depression (PPD), what do you picture in your mind? Television ads for medications have done a great job of giving us a visual picture of depression, but PPD can look and feel differently than a pervasive feeling of sadness.  What are...

More than Baby Blues: A Closer Look at Postpartum Depression

Giving birth can trigger a range of emotion from fear and worry to excitement and joy. And thanks to all the hormones coursing through their blood stream, new moms can go from sadness to elation in just a few moments. Most mothers experience sadness called the “baby...

Symptoms of Postpartum Depression (PPD) and Anxiety

“Immediately following the birth of my daughter I began to feel the downward spiral of postpartum depression. I believe strongly that the hormonal issues, for me, were hugely exacerbated by the pain that I was experiencing post birth as well. I had second degree...

Categories

Archives