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PostSubject: Am I suffering from PND   Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:02 pm

my baby is six month old, I started feeling very anxcious towards the end of my pregnancy . I developed some obsessive compulsive symptoms such as excessive cleaning I wanted a "germ free House". I had a very traumatic pregnancy and birth and also had a bad relationship with the babys father who didnt want to be with me. when the baby was born he totaly changed and we got married. now my baby is 6 months and I still very ancious , when i am with her i become very quiet and dont communicat much with her because a million thoughts are going through my head such as worries abot her health, am i being a good mother. I constantly worry about losing her or dropping her. I am terrified of being alone i want someone there all the time. I dont feel sad all the time, I feel extremely anxcious. What medication is used to treat this
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PostSubject: Contact us   Thu Apr 15, 2010 12:18 pm

Hi there

So sorry to hear about how you are feeling. I don't know if you have taken the time to go throught the Mills checklist to see if you might be suffering from PND. Please give us a call on our helpline so that we can put you in contact with someone in your area who can help you deal with some of the ways you have been feeling.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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