Freedom from Mommy Blues- Postpartum Depression

Freedom from Mommy Blues- Postpartum Depression

Having a baby is stressful, it doesn’t matter how much you look forward to it or how much you love your child. Considering the new responsibilities, sleep deprivation, and the possible lack of time for yourself, it’s no surprise that lots of new moms feel as if they’ are on an emotional rollercoaster.

What is Postpartum Depression

The depression during the early days of childbirth is perfectly normal. But if you have symptoms that don’t go away after a few weeks or get worse, (possibly) you may be suffering from something called as  “Postpartum Depression” or PPD or Postnatal Depression. 

You just had a baby and you are basking in the glory of being a new mom. You expected to celebrate the arrival of your little “Mini You” with your friends and family. But, instead of celebrating the moment with your family, you feel like crying. Instead of the excitement, you feel exhausted and anxious.

 

You are not alone in Postpartum Depression

There are a lot of women who experience Postpartum Depression, or at least some of the symptoms immediately after childbirth, or within the initial few months. It is a feeling which is precipitated by the sudden hormonal change after delivery. The stress, isolation, sleep deprivation and fatigue, what makes it worse is it coming along with the happiest thing in your life. You might not be able to enjoy happiness and feeling more tearful, overwhelmed while being emotionally fragile.

Usually, this phase starts within the first couple of days after childbirth, peak around one week, and then taper off by the end of the second week postpartum.

Signs and symptoms of postpartum depression

In the beginning, postpartum depression may look like the normal baby blues. In fact, postpartum depression shares its symptoms with the baby blues, including mood swings, crying jags, low energy, sadness, insomnia and irritability between those in numerous non-stop breastfeeding sessions. however, the symptoms are more severe (possible chances of suicidal thoughts, not being able to care for your newborn) and long-lasting.

  • If you find that you are withdrawing from your partner or unable to bond well with the baby.
  • Or if Your anxiety is out of control, preventing you from a decent sleeping, even when your baby is asleep.
  • You find feelings of guilt or worthlessness overwhelming you
  • or You begin to develop thoughts which are preoccupied with death.

These are all the “Red flags” for postpartum depression.



Causes of postpartum depression

There’s no single reason why some new mothers develop symptoms of postpartum depression and while few others don’t, also few develop only a few symptoms, for the smaller duration while other may have a long duration depression. There is a number of interrelated causes and risk factors which are believed to contribute to the postpartum depression.

  • Hormonal changes

Right after childbirth, women experience a big drop in her (estrogen and progesterone) hormone levels. Even her thyroid levels can drop, which often leads to fatigue and depression. This rapid hormonal change—along with other changes in our body like -blood pressure, immune system and metabolism that she experience being a new mother, also triggers postpartum depression.

  • Physical changes. 

Giving birth also brings along numerous physical and emotional changes along with the baby. YA new mom may be dealing with physical pain due to her delivery, her stitches or abdomen pain, the difficulty of losing that extra baby weight, leave her insecure about her physical and sexual attractiveness.

  • Stress

The stress of taking care of the newborn can also take a toll. New mothers are often sleep deprived. In addition, you may feel overwhelmed and anxious about your ability to properly care for your baby. These adjustments can be particularly difficult if you’re a first-time mother who must get used to an entirely new identity.

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Coping with Postpartum depression

  1. Accept your feelings. – It is perfectly normal for the emotions of the new mom in you, to fluctuate. Parenting is not easy,  it is the hardest job in the world. All moms might feel angry at their kids even though they have an intense love for them. so it’s a mixed bag. accept it.
  2. Talk about your feelings.- Share your feelings with other fellow moms, consider joining a parenting support group through Facebook, Instagram. Parenting help groups provide an excellent platform to learn strategies that will help you to manage complex parenting issues. Moreover if nothing else, you will feel better that you are not alone in here 🙂
  3. Time management strategies. – Time management helps everyone, nothing feels as great as having time under our control. Though with young kids, you may not have an active timetable. But you may have a basic time schedule for yourself and follow it in a best possible way. An hour here or there would be fine, but try to stick to it. This shall help you with finishing your daily chores as well as bring your kids into routine later. It will also help you feel less burdened and in better control of your life. 
  4. Ask for Help. -Many women believe that, they would be a good mom if they do it all alone. But mind you, this job is too hectic and a long one. Do not hesitate to communicate your needs to your spouse/family. And don’t feel guilty stepping back a little to encourage them to help. You may also ask for help from your friends and family, or possibly hire a babysitter depending on your needs and your finances.
  5. Take time for yourself.- Anytime during the day, take some moments for yourself. Be it a few moments to have a cup of coffee in peace. Even reading the newspaper or a magazine can renew your energy. As they say, (whenever possible)- try to take a nap when your child does. Find a few minutes to exercise, though it might be hard to go to the gym, try some easy exercise at home or take a walk to a nearby park. Don’t forget any form of exercise is good as it releases those mood-lifting endorphins.

 

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  • Roopali kadam

    October 2, 2018 at 9:14 AM Reply

    I have also faced it after having my second child, but luckily i got out of it. You have explained it very nicely.
    And I absolutely loved reading your other blog posts as well.. It’s an Awesome space Tuggu n mommy..

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      October 2, 2018 at 12:41 PM Reply

      Thank you Roopali for your kind words. Means a lot

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  • Neha

    September 25, 2018 at 3:43 PM Reply

    I agree there are a lot of changes and a lot is overwhelming. It is important to accept and ask for help. Trying to compare or doing everything on your own will only push you to the brink.

  • MommyingBabyT

    September 25, 2018 at 12:21 AM Reply

    ppd is so real and I think majority of new moms go through it. some mild and some severe. it is a lot to do with hormones and the sleepless nights. depending on the intensity every mom must seek the right help. and it’s also very important that people around her acknowledge it and recognise that it’s a reality

  • momlearningwithbaby

    September 24, 2018 at 10:42 AM Reply

    Postpartum depression is the most ignore form of depression. Loved your write up. I will be writing something similar soon, may I link your post to mine?

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 24, 2018 at 4:21 PM Reply

      Thank you so much. Glad it motivated you to write more about it. We should totally talk and spread it. Do link my post.. and let me know if you need some help. Connect to me at tuggu.n.mommy@gmail.com

      • momlearningwithbaby

        September 25, 2018 at 3:58 PM Reply

        Surely will be connecting soon. Already following u on Instagram

  • Anmol Rawat

    September 22, 2018 at 2:30 PM Reply

    Quite an informative article indeed. I’m sure many are not aware of it or can’t identify.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 10:29 PM Reply

      Exactly. Even we moms seem to have miss the symptoms for ourselves

  • DiaryOfAnInsaneWriter

    September 22, 2018 at 10:58 AM Reply

    I am so glad you took out the time to write this post. In our country, child birth is considered very normal and post partum depression is conveniently ignored. Thank you for writing this post, it will help many mothers and their families to detect the symptoms and seek remedies. #MyFriendAlexa #MayuraReads

  • Preeti's Panorama

    September 22, 2018 at 12:17 AM Reply

    I had gone through the phase of having PPD with my firstborn. The circumstances were such that even living in a joint family I went into this depression. Why? Because there was no one to guide me through. No one to tell that yes things can go wrong and everybody is not always fit n fine after delivering the baby. Thankfully, my parents took me with them and I could come out of it before it was too late.
    Great post as always. #readbypreetispanorama for #MyFriendAlexa

  • Neha Jain

    September 21, 2018 at 11:57 PM Reply

    This is such an important topic for discussion..most of us know this but never talked about it . thank you for sharing

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:13 AM Reply

      Thanks Neha

  • Anchal

    September 21, 2018 at 10:57 PM Reply

    This is the new normal. But many women don’t get diagnosed and hence creating further troubles. An elaborate post

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:14 AM Reply

      Not exactly normal though I feel awareness is important..I remember my gynac telling my hubby about it. So it helped me to some extent

  • Ranjini

    September 21, 2018 at 6:43 PM Reply

    The first time I read about Postpartum depression was through another blog and that’s when I realised that things like this could happen. These are very helpful for people facing this and I hope they get to read up on this.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:18 AM Reply

      So true Ranjini, the problem is no body seems to be aware and even we moms never realise it’s happening to us..

  • writenlive

    September 21, 2018 at 4:30 PM Reply

    I suffered from PPD after I had my second baby. I never saw it coming, thinking I knew a lot about parenting and managing the stress that comes with being a new Mom.

    I should have asked for help and stepped back but I tried to do it all alone. My stress levels skyrocketed and I was depressed for months.
    Looking back at that time, I wonder why the people around me did not realise what I was going through and support me more.

    I think it is equally important to educate people about PPD in terms of empathy and support system for someone who is suffering.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:13 AM Reply

      So true..as a mom we might not feel it coming.. but we expect our near and dear ones to at least take note of the changes, help and support us.

  • vidhya thakkar

    September 21, 2018 at 2:21 PM Reply

    A wonderful article#Viddhreads #MyfriendAlexa

  • Manas Mukul

    September 21, 2018 at 10:58 AM Reply

    Nice detailed post and how to cope with PPD.
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    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:21 AM Reply

      Thank you

  • Disha

    September 21, 2018 at 10:57 AM Reply

    Unknowningly many women suffer from pastpartum depression and it can have severe affect on health if not diagnozed soon. This post is going to be helpful for people to educate themselves.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:21 AM Reply

      Thank you Disha.

  • Sudip Saha

    September 21, 2018 at 9:49 AM Reply

    Depression in any form isn’t good. I am sure this post will help a lot in combating it.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:24 AM Reply

      I hope people get to know about it. It’s something almost all moms face but they never realise

  • Pooja Kawatra Gupta

    September 21, 2018 at 9:28 AM Reply

    Postpartum depression is so real and have seen few fighting with it for over the years as many people don’t understand that this could happen.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:25 AM Reply

      That’s so true Pooja, I remember my gynac telling my hubby about it and hence he could guess why I was so stressed out and irritated. Glad he helped coz he was aware

  • eshachaks

    September 21, 2018 at 9:23 AM Reply

    Agree with you completely… Its really important to take time out for yourself and reach out for help..involve your partner and the extended family….given that its not only a big physical change but also an emotional, psychological one. Like they say it takes a village to raise a child

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 22, 2018 at 12:26 AM Reply

      Awesome! You have summarised it so well.. Thank you

  • preety85

    September 21, 2018 at 8:19 AM Reply

    postpartum depression is very common and along with medicines family plays an important role to come out from this. thanks for sharing this informative article. #DelhibloggerReads #MyFriendAlexa

  • Ramya

    September 21, 2018 at 7:40 AM Reply

    postpartum depression is real and it should be acknowledged and addressed properly. Good detailed article.

  • Jhilmil Bhansali

    September 21, 2018 at 6:24 AM Reply

    ManangeMan strategy and asking for help are big pointers a new mum needs to ensure.

  • blogitwithsurabhi

    September 21, 2018 at 2:59 AM Reply

    Postpartum depression can lead to serious consequences if ignored! More awareness is needed on this and you have done a great job by writing on this topic!

  • Nidhi Rawal Gautam

    September 21, 2018 at 1:24 AM Reply

    This post must be helpful for so many mothers. Thanks for sharing such post

  • alpanadeo

    September 20, 2018 at 11:50 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression can get handled if we know the reasons , alarming signs and the ways to help ourselves. The very important point is speaking up. It’s nothing wrong in talking to someone we feel comfortable with.

    #MothersGurukulreads #Myfriendalexa

  • Haimanti

    September 20, 2018 at 11:31 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression real… It affects a huge number of mothers all across the world… We should not shy away from it and get help as soon as possible .. Thanks for the detailed and informative post…

  • lifewithmypenguin

    September 20, 2018 at 11:21 PM Reply

    Most soon to be moms are never aware of the soon to arrive hurricane change in life. Further the expectation and pressure crumble them. An informative post.

  • Puspanjalee Das Dutta

    September 20, 2018 at 11:01 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression is real. I fought with it for a long period. I loved how you write so smoothly creating awareness among the mass and educating them about this serious issue

  • Hema

    September 20, 2018 at 10:56 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression is for real but many women does not open up much. This is majorly due to lack of awareness and guilty feeling. The post is very informative and strong.
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  • Dipali Bhasin

    September 20, 2018 at 10:56 PM Reply

    A recent delivery and handling a new born can be tiresome. Plus, the hormonal changes and the body trying to find a new balance can really take a toll. I like the way you have written the post. It’s detailed and talks about the ways to overcome post partum depression. This is going to help many. Thanks for the share.

  • Mann (@Munkaun)

    September 20, 2018 at 10:51 PM Reply

    Understanding that it is normal and sharing your feelings always help. Supportive Family plays a big role. Thanks for the post.
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  • Nupur Maskara (@nuttynupur)

    September 20, 2018 at 10:07 PM Reply

    Good tips.

  • shravmusings

    September 20, 2018 at 10:00 PM Reply

    Very detailed post

  • Sonia Chatterjee

    September 20, 2018 at 9:55 PM Reply

    This deserves to be shared for being such a helpful, insightful and informative post. I wish people acknowledge that PPD is for real

  • Vandana Mathur

    September 20, 2018 at 9:03 PM Reply

    Most people are not aware of postpartum depression. Thanks for educating about this important ocuurance.

  • PRB

    September 20, 2018 at 8:59 PM Reply

    I had found another post on this topic in #MyFriendAlexa and the more the better. Thanks for writing about this.

  • Poonam B (@beyondhorizon87)

    September 20, 2018 at 8:41 PM Reply

    Acknowledging Post partum depresssion by self and the ones around is first step to drive it off rather than running from it. Great post on its awareness.

  • richa mina

    September 20, 2018 at 8:08 PM Reply

    that’s a very helpful post, many people dismiss postpartum depression as irrational emotional phase but it should be dealt with properly.

  • Rashi Roy

    September 20, 2018 at 7:58 PM Reply

    That’s a detailed post and having suffered twice I can very well relate to it. It’s a difficult phase no doubt.

  • Sindhu Vinod Narayan

    September 20, 2018 at 7:58 PM Reply

    Good one
    #sindhureads #myfriendalexa

  • Surbhi Rastogi

    September 20, 2018 at 7:56 PM Reply

    A very well-detailed post about PPD… being a mother of two, I went through this phase too.. meditation and yoga really helped.. on days when you can drag yourself to doing it!

  • mylittleduniya

    September 20, 2018 at 7:45 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression is still a myth. People don’t really believe what a mom goes through. Thanks writing about it

  • Avantika

    September 20, 2018 at 7:44 PM Reply

    I went through postpartum blues for a good 3-4 months too, and some of my thoughts were so scary or negative that I can’t bring myself to believe I went through the same. Wrote a post on it after too.

  • Preethi Venugopala

    September 20, 2018 at 7:37 PM Reply

    A very serious topic. Many women suffer in silence.

  • Ila Varma

    September 20, 2018 at 7:00 PM Reply

    Facts well illustrated. Informative read. #MyFriendAlexa #ilaenjoys #Blogchatter

  • Namratha Varadharajan

    September 20, 2018 at 6:51 PM Reply

    Been there. The best advice is to ask for help. Even better is to employ some help

  • Varsha Gode

    September 20, 2018 at 6:09 PM Reply

    Super detailed post, this is gonna help newbie mommies around 🙂
    Saving for my future reference.
    #vigorousreads #MyFriendAlexa

  • pythoroshan

    September 20, 2018 at 5:50 PM Reply

    Wonderful to see this topic explained so well.. When people talk of depression, they forget there are so many sub-divisions. And especially this one tends to get neglected. The mom often gets shamed top for not handling what so many other mom’s can which is a horribly misguided mindset

  • Prerna Wahi

    September 20, 2018 at 5:36 PM Reply

    A useful and well researched post. Postpartum depression is common and sadly does not get the attention it deserves. Hope your post helps create awareness and treatment.

  • sinjanag

    September 20, 2018 at 5:29 PM Reply

    While I’m not a mom I appreciate you addressing the concerns of new mothers. Great job!

  • mommysdiarysite

    September 20, 2018 at 5:28 PM Reply

    That’s such a relevant post. All mums face it. Some do not even understand that they are going thru depression.

  • Dipika Singh

    September 20, 2018 at 4:56 PM Reply

    This is for real – the postpartum depression and mothers their families must take it seriously, This is the time when role of family comes into place. You have explained it so well. #MyFriendAlexa #gleefulreads

  • blueskydreamers

    September 20, 2018 at 4:38 PM Reply

    So glad to read this. I suffered from post partum and my biggest concern was that no one really talked about it. There are only happy pictures of new mothers and everyone around you just assumes all is well. It helps to have a support system who understands and is there to listen..not to provide solutions but to just hear one out!

  • MeenalSonal

    September 20, 2018 at 4:31 PM Reply

    Your post shall surely help many moms with these very helpful pointers.. Yes asking help doesn’t make a mom less loving.

    Cheers
    MeenalSonal from AuraOfThoughts
    #MyFriendAlexa #MeenalSonalReads

  • Lancelot (@Lanzomaniac)

    September 20, 2018 at 4:00 PM Reply

    Until a couple of years ago, I wasn’t well read about this and hence was always confused why would a mother go into depression. As i read about it few times, I understood the complexity of this.

  • shri.krishna.sharma

    September 20, 2018 at 3:43 PM Reply

    This needs to be understood by all and they should deal with care, with somebody suffering from this problem. Nice sharing.

  • roysashwata

    September 20, 2018 at 3:43 PM Reply

    Very informative and will definitely be helpful for mothers-to-be.

  • Kalpana Manivannan

    September 20, 2018 at 3:01 PM Reply

    A thoughtfully written post. I am sure many will benefit from this.

  • rashmi

    September 20, 2018 at 2:46 PM Reply

    great Post Gunjan… i did suffer with postpartum depression. lack of sleep and lack of energy caused that for me.

  • Jheelam

    September 20, 2018 at 2:35 PM Reply

    I’m not a mommy but have seen Postpartum depression wreaking havoc the sanity of many new mothers around me. It breaks my heart to just think how generations after generations, mothers had to suffer through it and yet obliged to sweep it under the rug. Glad that the new-age mommies are breaking the taboo.

  • heartinprintbyjaya

    September 20, 2018 at 1:51 PM Reply

    Post Partum depression is part of motherhood, I believe. Only a lucky few ones might save themselves away from it.

  • Anshu Bhojnagarwala

    September 20, 2018 at 1:28 PM Reply

    That’s a good detailed post, Gunjan. Most mothers go through some or the other level of post partum depression, however, not all realise it. It’s a good thing post partum depression is being talked about openly and more and more mothers are being sensitized to the issue. Keep up the good work! 🙂

  • Sonam Jain

    September 20, 2018 at 1:13 PM Reply

    Every mom should read about this during pregnancy so they are prepared well in advance

  • pranoti sitoke (@pranoti3088)

    September 20, 2018 at 12:54 PM Reply

    I have been through this and my doctor had prescribed me some medication also, But I would suggest not to opt for medication but try to resolve it through meditation and other things.

  • Mummasaurus

    September 19, 2018 at 3:30 PM Reply

    we can never speak enough about depression because somehow we all go through it.

  • Bushra

    September 19, 2018 at 10:48 AM Reply

    True that postpartum depression takes over the bliss time meant for enjoying motherhood. That’s very helpful tips to combat it’s effects

  • Humaira Sadaf

    September 19, 2018 at 9:41 AM Reply

    Amazing and informative post. Very useful and beneficial tips for Postpartum Depression. Great thoughts.

  • Poornima m reddy

    September 19, 2018 at 3:40 AM Reply

    I am sure a new mommy will go through the same.. lot of people I know personally, get stressed out all most stages of life . Some times even I follow time management strategy and trust me it works

  • Akanksha Goel

    September 19, 2018 at 2:46 AM Reply

    Every mom goes through post partum depression atleast once even for a short time. It’s really hard to get into right mindset and framework again but with right support and love, everything is possible. Great tips for new mums.

  • Siddhi Palande aka book_gobbler

    September 19, 2018 at 12:58 AM Reply

    I recently went out to seek a shrink to deal with my insomnia during the talks I realized that I was suffering from depression caused by my father’s death which was intensified by postpartum depression. The symtoms you mention Abt red flags that was me once. Thankfully never now. However this post helps uninfiruni mother’s out there. I hope it reaches multiple masses across the globe.

  • Neha Sharma

    September 18, 2018 at 8:33 PM Reply

    I guess every other new mom goes through this depressing phase right after the birth of their baby. Your post is really detailed and covers all the important points which will be helpful for new parents to understand and overcome this phase.

  • Mrinal Kiran

    September 18, 2018 at 8:15 PM Reply

    I have always thought about these things in details… I already suffer from anxiety disorders and depressive traits so it won’t be a surprise if I feel something like thus in future.. the tips you gave for overcoming it were really amazing!

  • Priyal

    September 18, 2018 at 6:54 PM Reply

    I too personal experience this and give up in life once but with my hubby care & support , I fight with it and overcome with depression

  • PrettyMummaSays

    September 18, 2018 at 6:02 PM Reply

    I have suffered from PPD and I know how tough it was to cope with it. Thanks for writing this. PPD is a silent killer and sadly most of the mothers live in denial or are not aware of it. #surreads #myfriendalexa #blogchatter

  • Jhilmil

    September 18, 2018 at 4:17 PM Reply

    The road to motherhood at times becomes too overwhelming with sudden change of responsibilities, the guilt feelings and so more. PPD needs more such talks openly.

  • Princy Khurana

    September 18, 2018 at 3:54 PM Reply

    i had ppd and suffered really badly from it for almost 3-4 months, i am glad i had amazing family support and also information about this, and that is why i was able to fight it.

  • Gurjeet Chhabra

    September 18, 2018 at 10:36 AM Reply

    most all mom face this Postpartum depression , it is common but it is very to come out of this face. talking to people specially mommy friend relax you a lot when you feel you are not alone

  • Monika Sehdev

    September 17, 2018 at 11:50 PM Reply

    Quite ImfiInforma post. Really Learnt alot. Thanks for sharing, will spread the buzz between all Women.

  • Veena

    September 17, 2018 at 11:47 PM Reply

    If more and more people talk about it, i think less and less moms will feel lonely !! A post that all new moms should read!

  • shaandaarjenie

    September 17, 2018 at 11:16 PM Reply

    Being a Doctor, have seen many patients suffering from PPD. It is important for family to understand them & support.

  • SanjiviniSharma

    September 17, 2018 at 6:56 PM Reply

    Thank you Gunjan for sharing this post. Ppd is finally getting the attention it deserves. Even the govt hospital where I work has posters and brochures talking about it , which is a great achievement in itself

  • Shilpa Bindlish

    September 16, 2018 at 3:51 PM Reply

    Juggling with new responsibilities and struggling with time management cause real stress. I personally experienced that too.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 16, 2018 at 4:39 PM Reply

      True, juggling between various responsibilities is so difficult and we moms feel so guilty if can’t do anything well. Hope it went off quickly for you

  • Paresh Godhwani

    September 16, 2018 at 12:21 PM Reply

    I didn’t know about that disease. Thank you for sharing detailed post with symptoms, causes and the tips to get over it.

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 16, 2018 at 4:42 PM Reply

      Hi Paresh, well it’s not a disease actually, Depression is more a state of mind. Due to lots of sudden changes post delivery women tend to feel depressed but that can be worked out with due help from others. There is no pills or any standard way to help over it.

  • relishingrascal

    September 15, 2018 at 1:01 AM Reply

    nice post, its indeed informative for all the women out there

    • Tuggu N Mommy

      September 15, 2018 at 2:57 PM Reply

      Thank you for reading

  • Geethica

    September 14, 2018 at 9:18 PM Reply

    Postpartum depression always happen no matter how much you try to avoid it. I planned hard not be depressed after my second delivery but in vain. But talking to people really helped me

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