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You are now done with your pregnancy period, now is the time to hold bundles of joy and cuddle them in your arms. Birth of your baby, must have been a moment of joy for you. But this sometimes comes with a little of fear, anxiousness and sometimes known as the “postpartum blues”.
This generally happens after the third or the fourth day of delivery, but is very common, so do not panic about that. But when such a situation remains for a longer period of time and starts affecting your quality of life, then such a problem is known as “postpartum depression”. You might even require counseling and treatment, and it’s better for you and your family if you are out of this situational depression.
After the birth of your baby, you might feel as if you are lonely, you’ll feel sad, anxious and you shall go about many such emotional changes, some are given here below:
Postpartum depression isn’t something to worry about but one must be a little bit cautious. Following are some of the symptoms of it:
Physical changes in a woman’s body after delivery play a very important role.
There is a considerable drop in the levels of hormones such as estrogen and progesterone, which are responsible for mood swings of a woman who has had a delivery a few days back. There are women who manage to get through this phase of life, but many do not, because all do not get the same kind of support family and their husbands.
Some other reasons might include