Learn your risk of postpartum depression, spot the major warning signs, and get the help you need to rebalance your mood.
Anxiety is normal in new moms, but sometimes it can reach an extreme known as postpartum anxiety. Dr. Judy Greene outlines the symptoms of postpartum anxiety and explains how you can seek treatment.
Learn the risk factors and signs of this treatable condition.
Molly, a mom of two, started having postpartum depression symptoms, such as weight loss and exhaustion, right after she gave birth. In this video, she offers advice for women who are in a similar position.
Is it just the "baby blues," or something more serious?
What you can do if you're at high risk for developing PPD.
Moms who are depressed often suffer in silence -- but this common illness can also take a heavy toll on their children. That's why getting treated is more important than ever.
Is it just the baby blues or something more serious? Dr. Judy Greene describes the difference between the baby blues and the symptoms of postpartum depression.
Amanda, mom to a 5-year-old son and a 2-1/2-year-old daughter, was overwhelmed and unable to settle in after the birth of her daughter. After seeking help, she was able to overcome her postpartum depression. Learn more about her story.
Some 80 percent of new mothers experience severe mood swings, known as baby blues, and 10 percent suffer major postpartum depression (PPD) in the first year. Here are steps you can take now to safeguard your well-being after the baby is born.
One mom describes her experience navigating through postpartum depression after the birth of her child.
New mothers who have severe postpartum depression may need to look no further than their new baby's doctor to get some help, a new study shows.
If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of postpartum depression, a PPD Screening can help you figure out what's going on. Dr. Judy Greene describes where to access the most reputable PPD screenings, what to expect on the questionnaire, and where you can find help.
Having a baby is a joyous event for most women. After childbirth, however, more than 80 percent of women suffer from a mild form of sadness, fear, anger, or anxiety. But if those baby blues don't go away after a week or two, it may signal a more serious problem. Take our quiz and find out if you may be showing signs of postpartum depression.Take Quiz
When a mother is depressed, her children suffer too -- and more deeply than previously thought. It's key to recognize the symptoms and take steps to find a solution. Meet moms who spoke up, sought help, and overcame a condition that stood between their family and happiness.
If you are suffering from postpartum depression, there are little ways your partner or family can help during your recovery. Dr. Judy Greene recommends simple ways your loved ones can help you get back to your healthy self.
Claire is mom to 4-year-old and 2-year-old boys. A few weeks after her first pregnancy, Claire began exhibiting signs of postpartum depression, such as the inability to keep her mind from racing at all hours. Learn more about her story and her advice for women who are going through the same experience.
In the weeks after our daughter was born, my wife sank into a deep depression. It was months before she could finally experience the joy of motherhood.
Carnie Wilson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bryce Dallas Howard, Kendra Wilkinson, Vanessa Lachey & Hayden Panettiere get candid about their experiences with postpartum depression. If you're experiencing symptions of PPD, know that you're not alone and contact your OB/GYN, midwife, or pediatrician for help.
Postpartum depression is more common than you may think. Dr. Judy Greene explains the symptoms of postpartum depression, from mild to severe, and also advises how new moms can seek treatment.
Stacey began noticing signs of postpartum depression, including sleep problems, 5 or 6 weeks after having her daughter. Two weeks after beginning treatment, Stacey realized she no longer felt anxious. Watch as she shares her story and offers advice to other moms.
If you have been diagnosed with postpartum depression, the next step is to seek treatment. Dr. Judy Greene describes multiple types of postpartum depression treatment and where you can go to find it.
Thanks to #takebackpostpartum aimed at celebrating the post-baby body, a growing number of new moms are adding their voices to the chorus of self-acceptance.