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Depression cuts the milk!

Depression cuts the milk!

Uskudar University NPISTANBUL Neuropsychiatry Hospital Feneryolu Polyclinic expert clinical psychologist Seliyha Dolasir, many women after becoming a mother changes in mood, this is a normal and expected situation, he said.What are the symptoms?Mild sadness and anxiety within 7-10 days spontaneously resolved and this situation is called birth sadness Seliyha Dolasir, some women who are more severe and "postpartum depression" and "psychosis," said the following information, said:It starts sneaking in the first 6 weeks… “Birth depression or puerperal depression begins insidiously within the first 6 weeks after birth and resolves within a few months, but may take up to 1-2 years if no measures are taken. These people have various symptoms. For example, severe sadness or emptiness, increase in psychomotor mobility, inability to stop, anxiety, nervousness, distress, anxiety, self-crying and panic attacks, emotional blunt or insensitivity, excessive fatigue, lack of energy may occur physical complaints. Symptoms such as staying away from pleasure activities may also occur from time to time. In some mothers, concerns may arise that they do not love their babies sufficiently or that the baby sleeps. Fears of harm to the baby, loss of appetite, weight loss, insomnia, guilt, loss of interest and desire are the most important symptoms because they have depressed feelings when they should be happy. ”Who has a higher risk of being seen?Circulating that some people carry a risk for postpartum depression, especially in the past, such as depression, mental problems, marital problems, those who have a family history of mental illnesses, he said. Specialist psychologist Seliyha Dolasir advised: beraber With all these reasons, those who have given birth out of wedlock, unwanted pregnancy, being unprepared for the role of motherhood, fear of birth triggers the postpartum syndrome. It also seems to be more of this syndrome in the first pregnancies. New mothers without social support are also more likely to develop puerperal syndrome. Especially in adolescent, unplanned or unwanted pregnancies and women with low socio-economic level can enter into puerperal depression. Role definitions change with birth. The spouses move from being a couple to becoming a mother and father, and the psychosocial stresses of infant care can trigger the emergence of mental problems. Marital tension and dissatisfaction during pregnancy and especially women who do not receive adequate support from their spouses and who have problems in marital relationships are at high risk of postpartum depression. ”Getting used to the new role isn't easyNoting that one of the psychological reasons for breastfeeding is puerperal syndrome, Dolasir made the following recommendations: lu Moral disorder and stress can lead to decreased or even discontinuation of breastmilk. Staying alone with a new baby irritates mothers who have just given birth. Even obsessively, they give all their attention to the newborn. On the one hand, adapting to new roles forces the woman to try to meet the physiological care and needs of the baby. In this difficult period, it is absolutely beneficial to get spouses and family support. In addition, it will be beneficial for them to get a prenatal education, to read a lot of publications about baby care and motherhood in order to get over this period more easily. They should also share all kinds of physiological and psychological changes that make them anxious and worried with their physicians and not envision them. In addition, it is very important for them to be in contact with relatives, friends and neighbors who have children and who have gone through these periods in order not to catch this syndrome. ”Treatment is possible… Lohusa syndrome should be treated without giving birth to bad results also noted that the psychologist Seliyha Cirasit, said that the new mother must get help for treatment. Aşır By resting when the sadness of the situation arises, sleeping with the baby asleep, taking help from family members or friends, taking a regular shower every day, dressing out, walking and relaxing, even if the child needs someone else for a short time. should be tried to relax. However, when a more severe depressive condition occurs, medical evaluation should be performed. Medical examination, tests and, if necessary, antidepressant or antipsychotic medication may be used to determine the medical conditions that may cause depression. If necessary, individual therapy and counseling for parents can be obtained. ”