Postpartum Depression symptomsPostpartum Depression
Symptoms could include:
- Weight Loss
- Weight Gain
- Irritable Mood
- Mood Swings
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Loss of Appetite
- Social Withdrawal
- Feeling Hopeless
- Unable to Concentrate
- Uncontrollable Crying
- Feeling Empty
- Outbursts of Anger
- Difficulty Staying Asleep
- Withdrawn Behavior
- Feeling of Anger
- Disturbed Sleep Pattern
- Indifferent Mood
- Command Hallucinations to Hurt Infant
- Loss of Capacity For Enjoyment
- General Weakness
- Depressed Mood
- Increased Appetite
- Excessive Sleep
- Difficulty Falling Asleep
- Unable to Eat
- Poor Self Esteem
- Poor Hygiene
- Feeling Powerless
- Unintentional Weight Loss
- Early Awakening
- Unable to Think Clearly
- Unintentional Weight Gain
- Monotone Voice
- Neglected Appearance
- Unable to Control Emotions
- Regression - Mental Defense Mechanism
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