Are women who have bad PMT any more likely to get post natal depression?
I'm not pregnant, just thinking in the order of the future, I tend to draw from really depressed and irritable at that time of the month, and can feel pretty hopeless and lethartic for a couple of days. Is near any link between PMT and postnatal depression?
I an find no studies to speak that there's a association, so that would indicate that there is no unchangeable link.
But did you know within are lots of natural remedies that can relief PMT, if you are serious about doing something positive for yourself next this is a great article http://altmedicine.about.com/cs/womenshe...
It will tight lots of changes, and you won't see instant results, but it will be worth it in the long run.
But up to that time you start on the natural route later you must go to your Dr a short time ago to tell him what you plan on doing and grasp his support, and to check it's OK for you to go ahead.
Wishing you lots of luck next to this, and good luck for when you try to start a line!
I know you don't really care roughly speaking how other women suffer really and truly when you are in the midst of PMS and the other rubbish associated beside womens cycles but I thought I would add it simply to let you know.
Hormones affect women surrounded by ways we would never expect and unfortunately in that is little we can do about it but soldier on similar to the troopers we have adjectives learnt to be.
Hope this helps
I know it isn't like thing but i found it interesting also that indistinguishable survey found that cot death did not come about with babies who slept near the mother.
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