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worried I've got PND

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BloooCowWonders Wed 09-Jan-13 18:10:41

Are you getting out enough? It's really hard on everyone this time of year but we all need as much daylight as possible. Wrap up well and get walking with your baby in a pram. It'll do you both the world of good.

tazmo Wed 09-Jan-13 17:42:03

Hi - sounds like you could if you're not careful so take it easy. We all suffer this on and off post babies (I defy anyone who says they don't). T

MamaMumra Thu 03-Jan-13 14:51:00

That's great :-) then you just need to listen to your body and his yourself some TLC now and again.
I know that lack of sleep and lack of food are my enemies! Maybe this is a little, very normal blip, but do speak to HV or GP if you are worried.

quest30 Thu 03-Jan-13 14:43:09

Thanks for your reply! I really do think that I've just goggled a bit too much and am now worrying that I've got symptoms that I haven't! My mood is generally good I enjoy things and look forward to things just as much as I always did!

MamaMumra Thu 03-Jan-13 14:28:11

I did get periodically tearful but never got any help / advice, which I do regret - can you speak with your health visitor?
I found when I planned things to do and just got out of the house, my mood lifted.

Congratulations on your LO btw and <hand holding>

quest30 Thu 03-Jan-13 14:24:41

My little one is 4 months old! Yeah I've been eating fine and have no trouble sleeping! I'm three but I'm putting that down to 2am feeds and an early get up

MamaMumra Thu 03-Jan-13 14:21:12

Sorry you've been feeling this way. How old is your LO?
Are you eating and sleeping?

quest30 Thu 03-Jan-13 13:51:04


This sounds really silly writing this down and part of me is scared of your responses!

I've been quite tearful lately over nothing really! Although it has tied in with me being quite stressed and worried about my lo feeding!
I've been looking at signs and symptoms of PND and apart from being tearful and a bit cranky the others don't seem to apply!

Only thing now is that I have convinced myself that it's not normal to feel tearful and that I must have it! I have also been questioning whether I've bonded with my little boy! I love him to bits but have never felt that gushy love feeling!

Just looking for bit of advice and support

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