Just gave birth and feel like you're a bad mother? It could be postnatal depression

Mothers often feel lonely and are hesitant to share their feelings as they think they are the only ones struggling with depression, anxiety, guilt and being overwhelmed. — 123rf.com

Post-partum depression (PPD) is considered a serious depressive mood disorder mostly experienced by new mothers after having a baby.

Sometimes, this condition, also known as peripartum or postnatal depression, can affect both the mother and father.

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