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Subject: Delayed post natal 0 Replies

  • Started by Shawnie22 on May 12, 2021
I need advice fro u women please my wife 1 year ago had a baby and after a month he went into hospital for a month he is fine now.after this she got delayed post natel depression.she went on meds but an november told me she dosent love me and hasent for 3 years had the baby to save the marriage i then found out she had stopped them when i found an unopened box in the press.during that time she drank alot after x mas she told me she was going to weenoff them but 1 week later she said she was fin.things have been bad since she is telling me she has no feelings for me d marriage is over and wont do anything to work on it.she is so numb wont let me touch her or kiss her she has to force herself to hug me.she said she is fine but i have been trying to ger help from her friends and now she hates me for talking to them behing her back an dats d big issue at the min for the marriage.i know this isnt her she isnt wven the same with the kids anymore just dosent care as much into her apperence more now what should i do
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  • Started by Anonymous on May 08, 2021
Hi. My baby boy is 9 months. He is a great boy and has always been a good sleeper. In last few months I have got very anxious, irriatable and really down. It has build up. I'm obsessive over my son's routine, all thinking about his nap times and bedtime. Worried about what foods he is eating. The way I'm feeling is affecting my relationship with my partner. I get angry at him over smallest of things. He is a great dad and partner. He works a lot and doesn't see his son during week as he is late home from work in eve. We are currently self building a house so he busy at wkends at that. I don't get any help from anyone else. Just feeling I'm constantly doing everything and putting pressure on myself to get everything done. I just don't know what help to get. Do I need see my GP first, i don't want go on medication. Also trying find a counsellor that does face to face evening app. Just need to get help
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Subject: Sertraline 2 Replies

  • Started by Anonymous on Apr 10, 2021
Hello, my first time here. I have a little girl, 9 months old. I'm a FTM and have been struggling with coming to grips with that. I tend to put alot of pressure on myself and am generally self aware and able to cope well. However, since my daughter was born, I've felt a huge increase in anxiety, low mood, irritability and rage (which is directed to my partner). I can't seem to control my emotions no matter how hard I try. I've had counselling sessions and have benefited from them in the moment and immediately afterwards but can't seem to transfer the learning to real life. I'm also sleep deprived as my daughter only wants to sleep with me and won't go into her cot anymore. We are co sleeping and I have no evening to unwind. My concentration is so poor. The counsellor suggested that medication might be a good option and I linked in with a doctor from my maternity hospital who suggested sertraline as I'm still breastfeeding. I'd love to hear other people's experiences of using this drug and how/ if it helped them. Thank you so much
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Subject: work problem 1 Replies

  • Started by Anonymous on Apr 08, 2021
i am a mother of 2 children towards the end of my maternury i was diagnosed with post natal depression having asked b4 i realused this would be able to cut my days down to 3 and being told we should be qble work something it shouldnt b a prob i then got asked to put it in writtin and was declined i went on sick as my maternity had end3d and i just was not able physically or emotionaly about 2 months 3 months. i asked before i returned can my hours be cut even by a hour or so a day or even 1 or two days again told no. so i returned but obly being back 4 weeks im so fatigued on the tablets im on my children miss me loads eldest is crying because im gone till 6pm i find the days too long. i again explained this but was told again nothing can be done. it is so fustrating and upsetting as ive been nothing but truthfull and i dont dislike my job i dont know what to do :/
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Subject: Antidepressants 1 Replies

  • Started by Carole on Apr 02, 2021
Hi, new to the page. I had my baby seven months ago. Is there such a thing, or have you experienced delayed post natal depression? Or was it there all the time and now I've just put a name on it? Notwithstanding the massive, negative impact Covid is having on my mental health, I always considered myself fiercely independent and strong minded but now, I don't recognise myself at all. I cry for no reason, any reason and I've found myself using the word anxious when this was never in my vocabulary before. I've read here that many have gone to doctors and were prescribed antidepressants however I refuse to go on them because they mask the symptoms rather than deal with the real issues. I suppose I'm wondering, how do I deal with the issues. I'm married and my husband was very understanding but now I don't think he knows what to do, or what to say. I feel that my responses to everything he does is negative and this would just not be the real me.
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Subject: Ms 1 Replies

  • Started by Grace on Mar 15, 2021
Hi I have been recently diagnosed with pnd and very much struggling with anxiety. I was commenced on lustral by gp but I reacted to this and had to stop. I have been commenced on amitripline. I was wondering has anyone had this medication and how did you find it?
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Subject: Pnd post a traumatic event 4 Replies

  • Started by Sars on Feb 25, 2021
Hi all, hope all safe and well. Sorry to bother ye just wondering has anyone been diagnosed with pnd post a traumatic event. I got covid laat may six weeks after birth of my fourth baby. I had atypical symptoms. Very weak like a paralysis or stroke and couldnt breathe. I ended up in isolation for two wks in hospital away from my family and baby who i was weaning off breast feeding. The hospital experience was hard in that i felt so scared , unknown was horrible. All was coming back fine yet i was not good. They sent a pysch into review me who advised it waa covid. Ive a nursing background which didnt help. However once i got home my mental health deteriorated. I got into a hole of tears and i trusive thoughts consumed me. I eventually went to pnd team and they have been amazing. Im.onmeds and through counselling and cbd im working on everything. Im still all over shop at times with thoughts ...I did have alot on family wise but i thought pnd ansd thoughts were towards new baby. Ive had them with the kids etc. And dark days are certainly less whatever covid did to me. Getting physical.symptoms still which could trigger alot too. So sorry this is so long. Just wondering has pnd come on people post a horrible time post birth. So sorry again for long post
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Subject: PND 3 Replies

  • Started by A on Feb 23, 2021
Hey My baby is now nearly 9 weeks old and I've struggled since day 3 with what I thought was baby blues. It got worse and crying every day and have been onto the councillors in the mental health Holles street since week 1.. after many weeks of counselling I decided it was best to try antidepressants as I was not feeling happy and like myself anymore I'm on sertraline now 50mg one week.. anyone else with similar experiences or on the same with similar and positive outcomes? Thanks
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Subject: Confused and scared 3 Replies

  • Started by Anne on Feb 21, 2021
Hi. I am a mum to two amazing little girls, aged 2 and 5 months. I'm struggling at the moment and wonder if maybe I might have postnatal depression. My birth went fine and all was fantastic. I'm finding things very hard as my 5 month old is a bad sleeper. We started weaning at 4 months under the advice of my PHN. That's going fine but the baby goes down at night fine, but wakes all through the night for hours sometimes not going back to sleep at all. We give a feed if shes hungry but a lot of the time she doesn't want a feed. We are both exhausted. With covid obviously my 2 year old is home with us so it's a full busy house and theres just no break. We dont have any outside support mainly due to covid restrictions. My husband is due to return to work shortly and I'm afraid I wont cope with the 2 smallies on my own. I also have 2 step children who are here every 2nd wk due to schools being closed so we are home schooling as well. That coupled with a serious lack of sleep is just not helping. My husband is very supportive and hands on but I feel like I'm sinking. I'm teary a lot, I've no interest at all in a physical relationship with my husband and its causing problems. Anybody have similar feelings? I'm really not sure what to do.
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Subject: Help at hone 7 Replies

  • Started by Anonymous on Jan 11, 2021
Hello, I wonder if anyone can help. I’m looking for someone to help me out with my baby during the day as I have pnd & im struggling to cope with her. She’s a beautiful baby girl (4 months old) but she has reflux & is teething & it’s all too much for me. I find myself dreading the morning because I’m not sure how I’ll get through another day. My partner is great but he needs to work. If you know somewhere I can find someone who would be willing to help for a few weeks/months then please let me know. Thanks
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