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Pregnancy blues
3mommymandaz posted:
I am 39 weeks pregnant and have been battleing depression my whole pregnancy. I have been on medicine for the depression and have been great up until about 4 days ago when I coud feel myself starting to get aggrivated with the simplist things. I was wondering if anyone else has experienced a increase in depression this late in pregnancy?
nbocker responded:
I wouldn't say mine is depression, but I also get very annoyed at the simplest things. I have chalked mine up to hormones, and trying to have patience for this kiddo to come which I am getting very impatient for her to come out.
3mommymandaz replied to nbocker's response:
I know the wait seems like it takes forever. This is my 3rd so I should be used to it but this pregnancy has been VERY hormonal.
jlbwondering35 responded:
Ya, definitely been a rough road with my mood this time around. My husband can't wait for this baby to come out! lol! You're sooo close! I'm 32w 5d...still have a ways to go for me! Hang in there! Your hormones are playing tricks on you!
hrsaemp responded:
I suggest you look at this publication from the Health Resources and Services Administration about depression while pregnant and after you have your baby at

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