Are you struggling with baby blues?
One in eight women experience depression during or after pregnancy. It is important to recognise and deal with prenatal and postpartum depression the right way.
It’s been more than two weeks, but you are still going through chapters of extreme sadness, low energy, anxiety, crying, change in sleep and eating patterns, fatigue etc., then there's a possibility that the baby blues are now shaping themselves into what medically is called ‘Postpartum Depression (PPD)’.
Look out for the following symptoms that indicate prenatal and postpartum depression:
Feelings of anger or irritability
Lack of interest in the baby
Crying and sadness
Appetite and sleep disturbance
Feelings of guilt, shame or hopelessness
Loss of interest, joy or pleasure in things you used to enjoy
Possible thoughts of harming the baby or yourself
In case you experience any of the aforementioned symptoms please call and make an appointment with your obstetrician, who will either provide you with counselling or prescribe appropriate medication.
Are you going through postpartum depression? Dr. Maljini is here to help you recover.
Meet Dr. Maljini, MD (ObGyn)
Dr. Maljini is extremely passionate about giving all mothers a fair trial during labor to help them deliver normally. She spends time with the parents-to-be to help them with their Birth Plan, which enables them to take the right decisions at the time of delivery.
Not only has Dr. Maljini helped many mothers overcome their apprehensions and fear of their birth experience, but she has also been a pillar of strength during their hours in labor.
She loves spending time with her family and is very involved in her kids' activities. Even during her busiest days, she makes it a point to set aside time for meditation - one of the reasons behind her calm and composed nature which helps her patiently answer hundreds of questions that parents may have.
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