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New mother depression

I am suffering from negative thoughts, sleep deprivation, behavioral problems, short tempered, all these problems i got after being mother. I am not satisfied with my life. Motherhood seems tough to me.
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Ms. Hema Sampath Bangalore | Clinical Psychologist
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Hello ,  I can undercut situation and the stress you undergo right now. During motherhood, some ladies might face these situations as tough. With enough spouse's support and understanding and also other family members physical support you will be able to overcome this ohase quickly.  If needed  consult a psychologist in your city.
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hi, congratulations!! all these symptoms are normal. they usually happen to new mothers. you don't need to be worried. take adequate rest, when the baby sleeps, you also sleep and take rest. it'll be fine. take care of your eating habits, you need to eat well.
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Dr. Satish Ramaiah Bangalore | Addiction Psychiatrist
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Most mothers will go through emotional changes after entering motherhood. Remember, there are lots of changes happening in and around you... hormonal, physical, roles, responsibilies, expectations, sleep patterns, environmental etc etc. Ofcouse these changes does result in some stress due to time taken for adaptability, support network & our coping issues. At these times what you need is lots of emotional & practical support + adequate rest. Get a professional help if it is becoming harder. Usually most Mothers will adapt to situation with right support. Best wishes

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