I am 3 weeks postpartum and just wondering when you waited to have sex with your partner again? I know they say wait six weeks or until your PP checkup for your doctor to give the thumbs up, but it’s been a while lol we stopped having sex my 8th month of pregnancy due to it being uncomfortable. So ladies, how long did you wait? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
What are the things you did after you had your baby to take care of yourself? What do you recommend what teas are best to drink during postpartum? What belly band is good to keep things tight? Let me know what you did? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Has anyone dealt with Postpartum Hair Loss? Did you take anything to help with your hair? Did you ever make a doc’s apt if so, did they prescribe anything? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
A mom writes in asking for advice. She recently became pregnant with her second child, and due to a variety of reasons, she wants to give the baby away to a family member who has fertility issues. This mom has been diagnosed with postpartum depression, and she wants to know if, legally, she can follow through with her plan to give her baby away.
Has anyone been put on an antidepressant while pregnant? I’m ten weeks pregnant, and I have a six-year-old and a five-month-old. I have postpartum depression from my precious baby, and I just can’t get out of it. I am constantly sad, all I do is sleep, I cry all night when everyone else is asleep, I contemplated suicide a lot, my anxiety is so bad that I shut myself in my house and don’t go around any other people than immediate family. I don’t have any energy at all to even do the simplest tasks. I just don’t know how I’m going to make it. Yes, I want this baby, and I am keeping it, my husband is trying to be helpful and understanding, but he just thinks I’m lazy. I also work full time. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
My baby boy is two years old, and I love him to death, but I’m starting to hate motherhood. I have PPD and can’t get rid of it, and it’s affection all my relationships to the point that I feel like I’m the worst mom ever, and kinda wish I never because of one! How do I deal with this? Help! Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I have been dealing with postpartum depression and am finding it really hard to cope lately with life and have been very overwhelmed. I have spoken with my doctor, and I’m trying to find the right antidepressant to take. The first one (bupropion) made me very irritable and short-tempered with my children, which I am NEVER like that with them. I don’t really have a great support system. My husband just thinks it’s a state of mind, and I can change without medication. At first, it worked. I changed my mindset and only needed meds for less than a year. I had a miscarriage fell back into depression, then got pregnant two months later and was able to pull out of that a little bit. Now, it’s all coming back, and I’m at a loss. I guess I’m looking for positive words, experiences of others, maybe some hope? Everything is just so dark. Sorry for the long post. Thank you for reading this. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I was wondering if anybody has experienced anything similar and would be willing to share. I had my daughter six months ago. The birth was very traumatic. I almost died from bleeding out internally. I coded and was rushed in for emergency surgery. I am just very lucky to be alive. The labor and delivery went amazingly well. I lost 3 liters (of 5) of blood that day. Basically, my placenta ripped my uterus when it detached, causing the internal bleeding. I went into Disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC); They couldn’t get the bleeding stopped. I had lacerations in my uterus from the doctors pulling out the blood clots that caused me to code and go unresponsive twice. The lacerations are from them, reaching in with their hand ls and pulling the clots out to save my life. The doctors needed to act fast to empty the blood from the uterus so they could get it to contract back down to normal size. My ob said he’s only seen 3 of these occur in his 18 years….I was the worst. If I had a home birth, I would have bled to death. When they couldn’t stop the bleeding and didn’t know …