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Subject: Lost 2 Replies

  • Started by Anita on Feb 16, 2017
Sitting in doctors waiting room, don't know what to tell her when I get in there, can feel myself welling up in my chest. Feeling a bit stupid and a little like a drama Queen
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  • Started by Cathy on Jan 11, 2017
The last few months have been very hard I am pregnant with my first baby and have been very depressed. My Doctor assures me it will probably go away when the baby is born, I keep worrying that I will end up with Postnatal Depression. I really need some encouragement is there anyone out there who can help?
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  • Started by Emma on Jan 19, 2017
Just after having my fourth child and told I have Postnatal Depression, I cant believe it, I was fine on the other 3 and really didn't think this could happen to me. My GP wants me to go on anti depressants, I am scared and have put off making a decision. At the moment I can hardly decide if I want a cup of tea or what to wear, I was always so sure of myself. Any advice gratefully received.
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Subject: Post Natal Depression and PTSD 1 Replies

  • Started by Wendy on Jan 22, 2017
I had my baby in September having suffered two miscarriages previously. It was a difficult pregnancy and I suffered from depression prior to getting pregnant. I was on anti depressants during pregnancy and was good enough moodwise. All I wanted was to breast feed and have skin on skin however I had an emergency c section and baby ended up in neonatal icu so I didn't see her for hours afterwards. I'm back on my previous antidepressants now and not feeling any better. I'm tearful everyday and I can't get out of this black hole. I don't know what to do
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Subject: PND again 1 Replies

  • Started by C on Oct 03, 2016
Hi, just after birth of my 3rd child. Was hoping I would avoid PND, I had it after my last two and I suffered with anxiety so much last year I was on antidepressants last yr and for 1st 12 wks of this pregnancy. This pregnancy wasn't planned and it took me awhile to come to terms with it. I came off meds and was doing really well. Now I'm back to where I was...I feel numb since the birth and the feel so low, i just feel I can't do this again, as a family we can't do this again, please help
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  • Started by Sheila on Sep 15, 2016
I feel so awfull, I have a lovely baby girl just what I wanted but feel so unhappy and full of anxiety all the time. Am I the only one going through this, every other Mum seems so happy
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  • Started by Cathy on Sep 02, 2016
Getting conflicting advice and my head so all over the place don't know what to do. Encouraged to go on anti depressants (I don't want to) I want to go for counselling not encouraged, thought be good idea to go to support meeting to meet other Mums that understand, told I not well enough! surely this would help me? So hard to make decisions when I find it hard to decide what to wear etc. Any advice would really help.
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Subject: Is PND back 1 Replies

  • Started by Maria on Aug 19, 2016
I had postnatal depression after my first baby, I went through a lot and now have had my second which is 8 weeks old and feel I am slipping back into it again. I am in such a panic I dont know what to do, I havent told my husband as I feel he will panic. What should I do?
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  • Started by SUE on Jul 28, 2016
I AM SO SCARED HAD PND ON MY FIRST IT WAS SUCH A TERRIBLE TIME OF MY LIFE, WAS AFFRAID TO GO AGAIN KEPT PUTTING IT OFF BUT DIDNT WANT TO HAVE JUST ONE CHILD SO AFTER 3 YEARS I AM PREGNANT AND SO AFFRAID THAT IT WILL COME BACK. ANYONE OUT THERE BEEN THROUGH THIS AND WHAT HELPED TO STOP THE ANXIETY AND FEAR THAT I AM NOW FEELING.
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Subject: Places to meet other mum 1 Replies

  • Started by Mary on Jun 28, 2016
Hello, unfortunately I was unable to make the monthly coffee morn in Mahon pt, I would really like to meet other mums who are currently suffering with pnd. Perhaps there are other meetings I am unaware of. I feel isolated!
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