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    Default Postnatal depression the second year

    My DS is now 14 months old when he was 2 weeks I was diagnosed with mild pnd. As he gets older I feel as though I'm getting worse and I'm wondering is it normal? I constantly feel distant and am numb to most emotional feelings the only time I "feel" anything is if it a really strong. My DS had reflux and cmpi couple that with having depression from the age of 13 and the loss of 2 children and it was a recipe for disaster. I'm also having regular anxiety attacks and I don't feel as though I can tell my DP about any of it. I just don't know what to do.

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    **is if it's a really strong emotion**

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    And he has reflux not had reflux.

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    Big hugs xx I'm thinking if maybe your treatment isn't working if you are feeling worse.

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    I stopped seeing the antenatal psych when DS was 10 months I've had nothing since haha I guess that wouldn't help

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    Default Postnatal depression the second year

    Hugs to you... Are you on any meds currently? Maybe a trip to your GP to discuss and either get on some, or change them?
    I had pnb diagnosed when my boy was 4 months and a change of meds and seeing a psychologist helped.
    As hard as it is, try and speak to dh, you'll need his support the most x

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    LNO you deserve more than that. You deserve to be absolutely enjoying your bubba. Please make fueling yourself a priority - your GP should be able to point you in the right direction. Here if you bed to chat xx

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    Thanks ladies I'm not in any one town very long but I am long enough to see a doctor so I think I will. The hardest part is feeling at though everything I worked so hard for is falling apart especially the bond with my children.


 

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