Many people think mood disorders, such as postpartum depression, must begin immediately after having your baby. But that's simply not true. Delayed postpartum depression can occur 18 months after birth or later depending on hormonal changes within the mother's body. So, would you know if you're experiencing delayed PPD or if something else is wrong? Today we're looking at the main symptoms that when left untreated, can even impact future pregnancies.
Postpartum Health Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about perinatal mood and anxiety symptoms and disorders and providing support and treatment referrals to women and their families.
Did you know a mother can experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders more than a year after her baby is born? Why is there a delay and why do these symptoms often go untreated? How can moms get the proper care to help overcome these feelings?
You carry your smartphone with you at all times, so why not rely on your smartphone to help simplify life with your new baby? Would you like to recommend an app for us to review? Simply leave a voicemail through our website and leave us a message, or email us!
As brand new mamas, we are bound to make mistakes. What funny baby “oops” have you made recently (that you’re willing to admit)?Leave a voicemail through our website, or email us and we’ll share your story!