Post natal depression

@Zaphan (712)
Philippines
January 7, 2010 7:13am CST
how can she control this kind of sickness..since she gave birth to our twins she became moody and nagger, I don't know how to handle this so I am asking guidance here in mylot. thank you!
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@calai618 (1781)
• Philippines
7 Jan 10
i am glad that you understand that she's going through something right now. i know other people who got angry to new moms because they dont understand that they are underdoing a lot of hormonal changes. the least you can do is to continue understanding her. maybe you can also instruct people around to just put up with her as she goes through this tough and NORMAL situation. the worst thing to happen would be people around her getting mad at her and not understanding her. if it's really out of control, she should already seek medication. no need to be embarrassed because it's a normal thing.
@Zaphan (712)
• Philippines
7 Jan 10
sometime I can't help but to get mad but I keep it in silent. I am trying to understand her so that we don't end up fighting...
• Philippines
11 Jan 10
maybe because she is tired you need to get a lot of help that she may not feel a lot of stress.
@CRIVAS (1823)
• Canada
8 Jan 10
Post natal depression is a medical condition that occurs in women and it needs to be treated medically in order for her to get well again. I too had a mild case after I had my two daughters and I had to go to my doctor for treatment. Thankfully I am back to my old self again and doing better than ever. I suggest that your wife speak to her doctor and get the help that she needs to make your relationship healthy again, it's no fun living with someone who only knows how to nag and grump all the time. Hope that everything works out for you and that you all have a wonderful Valentine's day. Happy Mylotting.
@marketing07 (6266)
• South Korea
8 Jan 10
maybe you can consult the doctor
@weasel81 (2502)
• Australia
7 Jan 10
it's a common thing post natal depression, and you should take her to see the doctor and go from there as she may need medication. um i don't know how to describe it, but when it goes undiagonised and people don't see the signs. that when mums can accidently kill their babies, from what i read. be there for her and if you feel you need to seek help your self on how to handle things. don't be affraid.