Life with a new baby is not always what you expect.
Pregnancy, the birth or adoption of a baby can bring physical, emotional and social changes. Adjustments to the new roles and relationships are not always easy.
Recruiting moms for a study of a non-medication treatment for postpartum depression.
You may be eligible to participate in this study if you are 18 years of age or older and have given birth to an infant within the past 12 months. There is no cost to participate and child care is included.
If you are interested in participating or would like more information, contact the Parent Talk Line or Haley Layton, Study Coordinator at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074 ext. 7380 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almost four out of five mothers will experience the baby blues. Men can also experience emotional difficulties, especially if their partner is depressed.
This is all normal and can start in the first week after the baby is born. With good physical care and emotional support, it will typically pass within two weeks.
Life with a new baby is not always what you expect. Pregnancy, the birth, or adoption of a baby can bring physical, emotional, and social changes, and these adjustments are not always easy. There is help. Things will get better. See what life with a new baby was like for these three moms.
Sometimes the baby blues don't go away. You may also feel this way during your pregnancy or later during the baby’s first year.
If you have had any of these symptoms, do not wait; seek help immediately.