Parents with perinatal mental illness shouldn’t have to suffer alone and we want to make sure they have appropriate and obvious access to the care they deserve.
Find out about some of the signs or symptoms that you, a family member, or a friend may have if you are suffering from Postnatal Depression.
There are many factors that can increase your risk of experiencing postnatal depression include having:
a family history of depression or postnatal depression, hormone levels and the stress of everyday life.
Postnatal depression (PND for short) is a type of depression that happens after having a baby. Depression can sometimes begin during pregnancy, but it would only be called postnatal depression if it continues after you have had your baby.