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PTSD rather than PND

Post: #11
04-18-2012, 03:00 PM
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RE: PTSD rather than PND

(04-17-2012 01:30 PM)shaun Wrote:  
(04-14-2012 02:52 AM)angeldrb Wrote:  All the time I was pregnant, I was really worried that I might have a post partum depression after I give birth. I broke up with my boyfriend shortly after I got pregnant because he told me I should just have an abortion. So, after I gave birth, I waited for the depression to strike in. But it didn't come. I fell in love with my baby right away. :)



My friend had a bad experience. His girlfriend became a nightmare and refused to let him see the baby, in spite of doing nothing wrong. She used post-natal depression as an excuse, the reality is she used him for a baby and money.


I think mine is the opposite. My ex-boyfriend is the one refusing to see his baby... It must have been tough for your friend, having a girlfriend like that.



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Post: #12
05-29-2012, 09:22 AM
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RE: PTSD rather than PND

I was astonished and not a little ashamed when somebody sent me an article about PTSD and childbirth. I've been keeping a non-profit website giving information on PTSD for about ten years and it never dawned on me that there's a whole world of possible circumstances surrounding birth, and many of them could cause trauma (=PTSD). I hope we can spread the message so that mothers can be accurately diagnosed and treated.

Chryss
www.ptsdinfo.net




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Post: #13
07-16-2012, 11:49 AM
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RE: PTSD rather than PND


(04-18-2012 03:00 PM)angeldrb Wrote:  
(04-17-2012 01:30 PM)shaun Wrote:  
(04-14-2012 02:52 AM)angeldrb Wrote:  All the time I was pregnant, I was really worried that I might have a post partum depression after I give birth. I broke up with my boyfriend shortly after I got pregnant because he told me I should just have an abortion. So, after I gave birth, I waited for the depression to strike in. But it didn't come. I fell in love with my baby right away. :)



My friend had a bad experience. His girlfriend became a nightmare and refused to let him see the baby, in spite of doing nothing wrong. She used post-natal depression as an excuse, the reality is she used him for a baby and money.



I think mine is the opposite. My ex-boyfriend is the one refusing to see his baby... It must have been tough for your friend, having a girlfriend like that.


Yeah, it is tough for him, he is taking anti-depressants. he tried to come off the drugs but he started having panic attacks and he couldn't sleep. Now he has to go to court for access rights, the stress of the court case is making it even harder for him.




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