Depression Pregnant Women
At its most severe, antenatal depression can result in women having a termination, then bitterly regretting it when their symptoms abate.
Women are diagnosed with depression more often than men are. Discover what factors may contribute to that increased risk.
Quick, guess which number is higher: the number of people who sprain an ankle each year, the number of people who have a stroke, or the number of women who experience postpartum depression?
This brochure discusses five things about depression in women, the types of depression unique to women and how to find help.
If you feel empty, emotionless, or sad all or most of the time for longer than 2 weeks during or after pregnancy, reach out for help.
Non-Drug Treatments for Depression in Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Ph.D., IBCLC www.uppitysciencechick.com Sarah has had depression on and off throughout most of her adult
It’s normal to feel up and down when you’re pregnant but if you’re feeling low more than happy, you need to talk to someone.
Depression During Pregnancy: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment. Pregnancy is supposed to be one of the happiest times of a woman’s life, but for many women this is a time of confusion, fear, stress, and even depression.
Depression is common and treatable. If you think you have depression or postpartum depression, seek treatment from your health care provider as soon as possible.
Signs of Depression in Women – Symptoms in teens, Mature Women, Geriatric Women & Pregnant Women