Baby arrives - now what? We all spend
time planning and preparing the nursery and for the birth-day - and we may forget
that there life after the big day, and that your new normal is going to include
caring for a newborn child.
What can you do to prepare for the best
postpartum possible? The mom who
can rest and feels capable in feeding and caring for her baby is less likely to
experience postpartum depression.
Avoiding birth trauma, mental anguish and physical distress are factors
that lead to a more positive postpartum experience.
We are officially on our babymoon. This article was written by the marketing department at Zoloft Lawsuit. We have not received and will not receive compensation for posting this. I am sharing it today in the interest of informing our students and readers about potentially harmful substances to avoid during pregnancy. They were kind enough to add some natural approaches to cope with depression in pregnancy to address our audience.
The popular antidepressant
medication Zoloft has been associated with serious birth defects according to a
study published in the