Any woman can suffer from PPD.
With informed care, you can prevent your symptoms from worsening, and you will get completely well.
In the past five years, I have added this specialization to my practice in order to bring more awareness, education,
and care to a field that has been given minimal attention in the past.
You no longer have to suffer alone with guilt, shame, fear, and confusion about your feelings, thoughts, and symptoms.
Does This Sound Familiar to You?
Common "Red Flag" Statements — from Mothers
Common "Red Flag" Questions — from Families
If you or someone you love appears to be suffering from PPD, you need and deserve help and support.
Postpartum Support International (PSI)
1 (800) 944-4773
And ask your doctor to refer you to a trained postpartum professional in your area.
Remember that Dads can suffer from PPD, too.
These mothers know their thoughts are bizarre, and they are very unlikely to act on them.
History of past traumatic experiences increases the risk of PTSD. A traumatic childbirth and health issues for mom or baby also increases the risk of PTSD.