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Loss of interest in activities that you enjoy to participate in
Sleeping too much or not sleeping enough
Loss of appetite or eating too much
Not wanting to be with people you like/love
Sadness-comes and goes. Depression sticks around. As my therapist would say to me--everybody gets sad at times in their life but when the sadness never goes away then a person is depressed. I do not have a solid answer for the pregnancy because the one time I have been pregnant, we lost the baby at 12 weeks but do know that women with depression (moderate to severe) have a higher % of having post-partum depression.
Have you thought of going to see your primary care dr.? Just to talk to them and see what they think and tell you if you should go and take the next step to talking with a counselor and get their opinion?
Well depression is nothing.It is just the creation of our mind.When we think a lot about something then it happen.So we should try to avoid it because depression is harmful for our brain.there are lot of diseases which are occur due to depression.
The symptoms of depression in women are the same as those for major depression. Common complaints include:
Loss of interest or pleasure in activities you used to enjoy
Feelings of guilt, hopelessness and worthlessness
Suicidal thoughts or recurrent thoughts of death
Sleep disturbance (sleeping more or sleeping less)
Appetite and weight changes
Lack of energy and fatigue
According to me that depression is not good for the health and fitness so
we should be take steps for reduce the depression.Some tips here for
reduce the depression...
1 Exercise work
2 Morning walk
3 Reading books
4 Watched movies
5 Proper sleep...