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Irritated and anger issues please help
Hi please help.. I am 29 years old and recently i have given birth as in my baby is 11 months old..and i breastfeed him exclusive bf no formula nothing..i live with my husband..and even my mother is here to help me out.. everything goes smoothly but all of sudden I start feeling angry and i start shouting throwing things away and i remember all the bad things my husband said to me earlier and i start fighting on those things which happened in the past..and even he says your medicine is over in fun way that daura parta hai kya abhi toh theek thi so what is this he is not at all understanding he shouts back and even ends up doing worst like shouting and throwing away things he is like you are mad women..he don't understand and then i think what did i do i mean why i did all that .maybe i get too tired and breastfeeding and noone understanding my mother is also not very understanding types she herself is into her own world though she helps me in seeing baby but i am done do i need help?
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Hello I'm sorry to hear that! Motherhood Is a period of physical and mental exhaustion, your demands increase all of a sudden and it's very common to feel overwhelmed, but if you're getting so angry that you break things, maybe this is the harbinger of some mental ailment. Kindly consult the psychiatrist for detailed evaluation so that a treatment plan can be sorted for you.
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consult try to schedule your day and start some relaxation exercises
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It would be a good idea to visit a Psychiatrist and explore the options. You could do well with "stress management techniques". It doesn't seem like you need any Psychiatric medications at the moment but if needed, they may be started after you have weaned the baby off of breast feeding. Now that the baby is nearly 1 year old, you can start trying to wean him off. Your symptoms may be a normal reaction to stress, or to the hormonal changes in your body.
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Visit a Psychiatrist and have a thorough evaluation done
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Do not think that you're "mad" or "crazy". Pregnancy and child rearing can be very stressful despite all the help one can get, and it can sometimes affect one's mental health adversely but there are several avenues for helping you with this, so please do not worry!
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Thank you for sharing query here .. Need detailed evaluation for your query..we I'll look after your concern in detailed once you consult us .and don't worry at all .we are here for your help only. .God Bless You
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