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Post partum blues
My baby is 3 months old. I am struggling with low milk supply n depression. Will treating my depression will positively effect my breast milk? My doc don't see any other reason than this.. Please help.
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If u feel good,u will take proper care of child and physiological functions of your body will become normal. Do take treatment for depression
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Keep taking therapy or counseling.. Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counseling online or in person All the best
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Meet a lactation consultant. They can help.
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1)Continue depression medicine as prescribed 2) consult or follow up with a psychiatrist
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Effects of depression  on lactation is not significant. But if you are on aripazole (psychotropic drug) then lactation  can be affected .adviced to check  prolactin  levels  once before  going  to a gynecologist
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Completely agree with Dr. Mayuri. Treating depression may not increase the milk production. That may need to be looked into by another specialist. Consult a Psychiatrist and a Gynaecologist. Take care 
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