Symptoms of Postpartum Depression

Changes in appetite and sleep, depression and anxiety, negative feelings toward the baby or feeling rejected by the baby, difficulty taking care of the baby, isolating behavior, fatigue, and problems concentrating are some of the symptoms of postpartum depression.

Frankie Powell, Patient Care Supervisor of Labor & Delivery at Homestead Hospital, says worrying about how to take care of the baby is normal, but when you are thinking bad thoughts, like 'I want to put the baby down and walk away', that is a serious issue.

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