Get To Know Postpartum Depression

Why more and more Indian women are opening up about Postpartum Depression.

23/02/2020 10:57 AMupdated: 25/02/2020 12:23 PM
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  • Lincy V.
    16/03/2020 05:16

    People are rude to the extend to destroy the upbringing of the new born even .......could be they are not grown up enough to handle the birth of new human being

  • Meenu A.
    07/03/2020 11:35

    Jab mai Maa banne wali thi tab soch bhi nahi sakte mere saath Kya hua mujhse saara din gr ka kaam krwate the.. Bhar pet khhana nahi dete the taane alag se maarte the.. Jab meri mother meri dekhbhal K liye aayi toh mere in-laws ne unko bhi gr ka nokar bana liya saara kaam krwate the unse... Mai majboor kuch naa kr saki... Jab mai doosri baar pregnant hue mere in-laws ne mere pati ne milkr mere baace ko mujhe jabrdasti medicine khila kr maar diya jiski saaja mai aaj tak beksoor horkr bhugat rahi hoo tab mujhe third month tha... Aaj wo time aaya hai mere upper mere father ki death ho gyi... Maa meri ab zindgi aur maut se lad rahi hai mai toh bilkul akeli pad gyi hoo.. Iss waqt na mera Brain kaam kr raha hai na jism.. Ek zinda laash hoo ab mai

  • K K.
    07/03/2020 08:43

    My mother helped me during pregnancy after that also fr 3 months she took care of me.but vn I vnt back to my in-laws place I to faced depression as I had no help fr anyone.....

  • Nidhi N.
    05/03/2020 11:52

    can we do something on this?

  • Reshma C.
    01/03/2020 06:28

    must read

  • Elena E.
    26/02/2020 20:30

    Go childfree 🔥🔥🔥🔥 no baby = no problems.

  • Keshika S.
    26/02/2020 08:20

    so damn true

  • Gold S.
    25/02/2020 16:26

    Me too is victim of PPD...... sometime I too want to kill myself.... feeling more sad

  • Abhishek M.
    25/02/2020 03:06

    My god what is with rich people and depression.. humankind once it crosses the basic needs of food, clothing and shelter gets into these problems I guess else the constant fear of survival destroys these feelings

  • Sanam M.
    24/02/2020 13:33

    So glad to see that you have covered kalkis pic with me as her doula :) Thank you very much for the guidance you are providing to all expectant families :)

  • Anchal V.
    24/02/2020 10:02

    In North India, there is a practice of giving exactly like 1.5 months rest to mother. In that time, they only spend time with the new baby.. in my family & myself, I hv always witnessed it. Specially we get support from family as well.. like my mom used to take care of the baby in the first few weeks. That's y joint family is always a great support.. Nd with a support like this, I don't think one can get PPD.

  • Vishnuraj N.
    24/02/2020 09:39

    ... I saved u.... u should be thankful

  • Neha S.
    24/02/2020 08:27

    Mother is mother no one like other

  • Brut India
    24/02/2020 05:41

    Indian housewives are killing themselves and Postpartum Depression is a reason for it too:

  • Ayushi G.
    24/02/2020 04:57

    mummy listen to this, you have been through postpartum depression and you will understand it now.

  • ਗਗਨ ਗ.
    24/02/2020 02:15

    Gurjinder Singh Lalli

  • Romila J.
    23/02/2020 20:57

    Aakash Bisht

  • सत्या स.
    23/02/2020 20:15

    Not common in Indian families

  • Sweta M.
    23/02/2020 19:44

    In country like India, where people are more interested in the sex of the baby and doctors are after money, the well being of a mother is not a concern to anyone, and the sad part is when husband does not support the journey. Doctors should tell the mother and the father about the seriousness of the situation after child birth and why it is most important for a mother to get more love and affection from husband and family.

  • Anushri G.
    23/02/2020 19:25


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