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Answer: Hi dear, This could be postpartum depression,which is common post delivery.seek help from psychiatrist.thy help in counselling and provide antidepressants to help you out.meanwhile ,relax and take help from parents or in-laws.ask them to help you handling baby .if you feel like crying,donot stop it.it is a natural stress releaver.go more morning walks ,ask your hubby to look after your baby for that moment.listen to your favourite music while breastfeeding or taking care of baby.try to rest when baby is sleeping.you have seeked help that is the first positive sign of the issue.donot worry it needs little time.all mothers get frustrated.try some deep breathing exercises to relax.meditate whenever you get time.inform about your feelings to your close ones too.call your friends and spend some time.
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Answer: Hello, Dear it's normal to have depression after baby. Your body has gone through alot of changes and your life has completely changed with baby in it. I can completely understand your situation and emotions . Its good that you know that what are your feelings because mostly mum don't understand what they are going through. Even I don't understand till 2 months after my delivery. So I will share my experience with you. Firstly baby is 5 months now so you and baby can go out on your own. Go for walk or just go to market. Make routine of walk in the evening take baby with you. Enjoy your baby's day to day activities. Divert your mind from any unnecessary thought and problem. Nothing is more important than you and baby so just concentrate on these two things. Give yourself some time don't worry about household work it will be done but do something for you. Listen to music or watch movies when baby is sleep. Talk to someone about your feelings that is very important to talk. Don't let these things inside you it will hurt more. Keep the lines of communication open. Many things change following the birth of a baby, including roles and expectations. For many couples, a key source of strain is the post-baby division of household and childcare responsibilities. It's important to talk about these issues, rather than letting them fester. Don't assume your partner knows how you feel or what you need.It's essential to make time for just the two of you when you can reconnect. But don't put pressure on yourself to be romantic or adventurous (unless you're both up for it). You don't need to go out on a date to enjoy each other's company. Even spending 15 or 20 minutes together—undistributed and focused on each other— can make a big difference in your feelings of closeness.
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Answer: Hii dear it's extremely common to have postpartum depression. Almost all mom suffer dis due to lack of sleep, increased new responsibility, cracked nipple , back pain . So we all are in the same boat.  Yes the best way is to take help of other people without getting shy. Sleep well, go for salmon massage or spa(if ur doctor approve) , have ur personal time , take a break from baby care and go for morning walk , walk TV read books, do yoga for uplifting ur mood. Eat well. Think good. Meet ur love once. Every thg will be fine. 
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