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Froggy34 Mon 25-Jan-16 19:37:52

Has anyone who is suffering from PND found it is causing a strain on their relationship with their other half?!as this is what I'm going through and wanted to know if I'm not the only one out there?

Froggy34 Fri 05-Feb-16 22:43:37


MrsWooster Fri 05-Feb-16 23:06:02

Sorry to run... yes as it's a massive strain on both of us. Will try and come back and say more tomorrow

Froggy34 Fri 05-Feb-16 23:26:27


Froggy34 Sat 06-Feb-16 20:30:22

You were saying Mrs Wooster

Purpleboa Mon 08-Feb-16 18:52:41

Hey there! I don't have PND but have been diagnosed with anxiety, following almost 8 months of my DD not really sleeping. And it really affects my relationship with my DH! It's inevitable really, it places huge stress on a relationship. Can you tell us a bit more about what's going on with you?

Froggy34 Mon 08-Feb-16 20:01:21

Hey,thanks for sharing. My situation is a bit complicated!!i have been diagnosed with PND and anxiety. I have a DS with an O initial and a DS with an L initial,then I had a beautiful baby DD and named her with an O as well,it wasn't till my DS was six months old I said we can't have two children with an initial O and we have to change her name!!my husband said no we're not doing that,but 3 months later I am still having the same thoughts!!the doctors think I'm having irrational thoughts but I can't let them go and basically I have pushed my husband too far going on about the same thing lol,sorry for the essay!!

glowfrog Tue 08-Mar-16 20:56:04

Oh dear, that does sound like anxiety. Is there any chance you could get Into some kind of therapy so you can offload that anxiety onto someone else, as it were?

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