Postpartum Depression

Many women experience post partum depression after giving birth due to imbalance and fluctuation of hormones. Though postpartum depression is caused by hormonal and physicological issues, many mothers feel guilty for feeling depressed after birth and don�t always seek help. Learn more about postpartum disorder including symptoms, treatment and helping a mother through depression.

Family Support and Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression refers to the deep feelings of sadness, hopelessness and despair that women may experience in the first year after giving birth. While professional help is important, family support is essential to enable the woman to recover.

Postpartum Depression and Celexa

Women with postpartum depression find it difficult to cope with the challenges that arise soon after the baby’s birth as they suffer from mood disorders, lack of sleep and anxiety. If you experience these symptoms soon after the birth of your baby, Celexa may be ideal for you.

Signs of Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a serious condition that some women may experience after they give birth. Here is a look at some of the signs of postpartum depression that include but are not limited to inability to bond as well as negative feelings such as sadness and guilt.
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