Antenatal Depression

Antenatal Depression

Pregnancy is a time of many changes for a woman. Some women may find the changes and uncertainties that pregnancy can bring more difficult to manage than others. For some, pregnancy can be happy and exciting and for some mums they may have mixed or negative feelings about pregnancy, birth and becoming a mother.

If you feel like you may have spiralled into depression, we have a support and counselling service tailored help you. No matter how big or small you may think your problems are, just remember, you are not alone.

Firstly, we want to help you understand more about Antenatal Depression and what can be done to help.

Click here to read more about who is at risk of Ante Natal Depression, the symptoms and what can be done to help.

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Get in contact with us

Telephone 0800 043 2031
01482 580499
Text 07854 220790

Email

Our helpline is open Monday to Friday 9am until 5pm.

Email support is available, please email help@pndsupport.co.uk or your named PND support worker.

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antenatal depression

Having antenatal depression does not necessarily mean you will develop postnatal depression. Many mums do feel well once their baby is born and having help and support as soon as possible makes all the difference.

postnatal depression

Postnatal depression is a type of depression some women experience after having a baby. It can develop anytime in the first year after giving birth.

our therapists

Meet our team of therapists who are here to help you through your difficult time.

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