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Diabetes Destroyer eBook

Published on 7/4/2016
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After giving birth, women can experience a type of depression that can be dangerous both to themselves and to their baby. Postpartum depression is the medical term for feeling depressed after giving birth. Researchers at Northwestern University Diabetes Destroyer in Chicago, United States, compared postpartum depression in women who had a normal pregnancy, women who were diabetic before conceiving their baby, and women who developed diabetes while pregnant (Gestational diabetes). Their study, reported on in the Archives of Women's Mental Health in July 2015, included 305 pregnant women. A total of 100 women had Gestational diabetes and 33 had diabetes before conception. It was found.

When symptoms do not go away or become worse in a two-week period, it is time to seek medical care, especially when there are serious thoughts of suicide or hurting their baby. The condition can get worse. Mothers who have suffered postpartum depression are at high risk for depressive episodes later on, and can develop a major depressive disorder. Children of depressed mothers can have difficulty bonding, eating, or sleeping, and can become hyperactive.

Counseling with a psychiatrist or psychologist can be a big help, or talking it out with a close friend or family member. Medications such as antidepressants can be taken, although they will go into the breast milk. Some are considered safe for babies, but this is something to discuss with the prescribing physician. Estrogen is another drug seeming to help symptoms in some mothers suffering from postpartum depression - the rationale for estrogen is normal levels go down for a time after childbirth. In extreme cases electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT, can be administered. It can be highly effective for relieving depression, but can also affect memory of past events.

The outlook is good with care. About 90 percent of women with postpartum depression can be cured with medication and counseling. Although managing your disease can be very challenging, Type 2 diabetes is not a condition you must just live with. You can make simple changes to your daily routine and lower both your weight and your blood sugar levels. Hang in there, the longer you do it, the easier it gets.

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