The period after you have your baby might be filled with various emotions. You may feel anything from joy to fear to sadness. If your emotions of sadness become strong and start to interfere with your regular life, you may be experiencing postpartum depression (PPD) (PPD).
Symptoms normally start within a few weeks of delivery, though they may develop up to six months following. Mood swings, issues forming a bond with your infant, and trouble concentrating or making decisions are a few examples.
You are not alone if you suspect that you has Postpartum Depression. In the United States, PPD affects about 1 in 7 women. We listed some things that might help you lessen your PPD.
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