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5mths postpartum, exclusively breastfeeding. How can PPD (postpartum depression) affect ones sex life?
Yes, it can: In fact, it can effect everything and is very worth seeking specialized treatment for. The well-being of your entire family (especially you) is in the balance. It's a common condition w/ elements that come from hormone changes, life demands, emotional intensity of relationships, etc. A good fit w/ an experienced therapist really helps. If meds are needed briefly they'll help select the right one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Professional advise: You definately mood to speak to you OB .They would likely support the use of fish oil. Also exercise, get out in nature, get into some counseling, maybe a group -look for social support- other pregnant moms. Enlist the support of the dad resolve issues of stress. Rc with mess in addition to maxing out the its listed is better than the depression for the baby-professional rc mandatory! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are normal estrogen levels while breast feeding? 5 weeks postpartum? 3 months postpartum? 6 months postpartum? (all while full-time breastfeeding
Why: When seeking medical advice it's customary to provide simple details like your gender and age. Also, what is the health situation. ...Read more
2 months pospartum. No postpartum. Cycle. Pregnancy symptoms. No postpartum cycle yet. All negative. Test. Unprotected. Sex since 5 weeks postpartum.?
Postpartum hypertens: The miracle of pregnancy can sometimes be associated with complications. Hypertension could develop in the third trimester or early postpartum (after delivery) period. This can be treated with medication effectively. Half of women may remain hypertensive longterm, while the other half will return to normal blood pressure. ...Read more
What is the question: Hello fbruno6. If you are still bleeding, your hemoglobin may remain low. Continued transfusions, if needed, will bring up the hemoglobin. You may also have underlying iron deficiency and that also needs to be treated. I am not sure of what your question is, but hope that the above information is helpful to you. ...Read more
Likely yes: After any cut (with stitches or not), the body heals...And that often means a scab. So unless you find it abnormal in another way, it's likely fine. But - ask your obgyn to check you - it will take 5 seconds and make you feel better. Good luck. ...Read more
Anytime in first yr: Postpartum depression can present anytime in the first year. It is most common to begin within the first 3 to 4 months. However it can begin later in the first year, particularly with changes like abruptly stopping nursing, beginning of birth control pills, etc. If you suspect you may have ppd, contact your dr. And seek help from a mental health specialist with expertise in treating it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 months postpartum low TSH and thyroid antibodies found.Tsh went back to normal 2 months later. Hashimotos? Or just postpartum thyroiditis?
Pelvic u/s done 2 months postpartum. Uterine lining was 4mm... Did not have period until 8 months postpartum. What's a normal thickness postpartum?
Postpartum depressio: In 700 bc hippocrates wrote about women suffering from emotional difficulties during their postpartum period, but it was not until the 1850s that medical professionals first recognized postpartum depression as a disorder. During the 19th century when women experienced depression, many did not divulge their symptoms and those who did were often diagnosed as “neurotic.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Still normal: At 2 months it's definitely still normal to have that type of discharge. ...Read more