Pregnancy Complications to Be Aware of


Depression and sorrow

Becoming a parent will most certainly promote a natural and healthy glow, however, pregnancy can cause issues with your mood. Depression is actually fairly common amongst pregnant women and those who have already given birth and suffer from depressive symptoms – is what’s known as postpartum depression. In fact, it’s said that around in one out of ten pregnancies, the mother experiences bouts of depression.

It’s believed that the rapid increase in hormone levels is what disrupts positive brain chemistry. This may also lead to anxiety, potentially affecting a baby’s development. If you feel irritable, sad, or helpless, it’s critical that you speak to someone. There are plenty of options, including highly effective support groups.

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