Feeling Worthless After having a Baby? Post-Partum Depression


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Post-Partum Depression

Postpartum Depression Giving birth to a child is one of the most precious moments of life but sadly 20% of the women around the world suffer from postpartum depression during the first 6 months of delivery. The term ‘Postpartum Depression’ refers to a situation where a woman suffers from a serious mental health condition post delivery. It is different from the situation where new mothers have baby blues. The baby blues include extreme fatigue due to sleep deprivation in the first few weeks where the newly born continues crying spells or keeps the mother super busy in feeding or diaper changing or any other reason. The baby blues gradually disappear when mother gets used to the busy routine and the baby adapts itself to the daily routine.

Symptoms of Postpartum Depression

The postpartum depression is a serious situation where symptoms last longer than expected. You develop severe negative feelings about yourself due to instant change in the life like cutting off social life initially. Some mothers may even develop thoughts of running from such situation by hurting own self or the infant. The condition is rare but one who suffers from postpartum depression starts feeling worthless and even loses interest in the baby.

Postpartum Depression can arise anytime during the first year of delivery. The exact causes are unknown but studies show that hormonal changes plus the physical changes in a woman’s body cause her to feel low. She loses her pregnancy glow and the pre-pregnancy body and additionally, she stays so busy in taking care of the new born child that she gets no time to enjoy her social life like she did in the past. All these factors highly contribute to the condition of Postpartum Depression.


If you feel familiar with above situation, then, you really need a treatment for Postpartum Depression. At My Fit Brain, we have online experts for fighting Postpartum Depression. We understand that women who suffer from mental depression from delivery pose a danger to life of both the baby and the mother. It is kind of an emotional rollercoaster where you get mood swings. But if you feel like crying your heart loud instead of celebrating the arrival of a baby in your family, then, our online consultation therapy for post partum depression experts are available to give you an instant support.

The symptoms of baby blues are similar to Postpartum Depression but the latter needs immediate help. So, call us right now and get an appointment for online consultation for postpartum depression therapy if you have any of the following feelings:

  • You feel yourself as unattractive to your husband.
  • You feel that you are unable to bond well with the newly born baby.
  • You feel guilty for giving birth to a child.
  • You wish to suicide as you are unable to cope up with the big change in your life after child birth.
  • You feel financially dependent as for the first six months, it appears impossible that you will be able to join your office again.
  • You find your worries increasing day by day
  • You are unable to sleep even when baby is sleeping
  • You lose your appetite whereas everyone around advises you to eat well for fast recovery from child birth.
  • You feel that the recovery and re-start of a normal life is impossible.

If you have any of the aforesaid feelings, then, you are severely suffering from Postpartum Depression and we highly recommend you to call our experts today.

We will help you find out solutions for every single problem in your mind and also ensure that you will get your happy life back after using our online consultation therapy for Postpartum Depression.

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