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Postpartum Support International
1 in 10 will experience a mood disorder after birth.
Learn. Collect Resources. Join a Class. Make a Phone Call.
Please contact a provider if you experience any of the following feelings or symptoms:
Sadness that lasts beyond 3 weeks after birth
Experience more sad days than happy days
Feel like nothing helps you feel better
Things that you use to enjoy no longer make you happy
Have racing thoughts
Notice that things have to be in a certain order to feel relaxed.
Have thoughts of hurting your or your baby
Information and resources about Prenatal and Postpartum Anxiety and Depression.
Visit https://www.psiutah.org/ today
Join a Group
Join a Free Group Today!
Meet others who are experience the same things.
Connect with an Expert
Experts are available to help!
Set for Success
Take steps each day to set yourself up for good mental health.
Follow the SUNSHINE guidelines
Try to eat regularly
Get adequate sleep
Hire a Postpartum Doula
Find more suppport at https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/depression/resources.htm
Take A Survey
Take the screen today. Share your results with your provider.
Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS)https://perinatology.com/calculators/Edinburgh%20Depression%20Scale.htm