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November 5th, 2007, 08:44 PM
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How do you tell the difference???
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November 6th, 2007, 08:24 AM
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From what I'm reading the only real difference is lossing touch with reality. having delusions and hallucinations. And all the normal symtoms of Post partum Depression are increased drasticly.

Are you worried that you have it??

here's a couple links to check out


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November 7th, 2007, 02:18 PM
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I hope that this will help you relax a little, first off people with ppp do not relize they have a problem, they are more in denial. I think that it is more the anxiety playing tricks on you. Trust me I thought I had ppp. How old is your baby? If you have any concerns just talk to your doc. I know that it is scary but I have delt with this for 17 months exacly today, and i cannot do ssris so I am pretty much SOL. Anxiety is a very tricky thing, just do yourself a favor and stay away from the news or any scary movies. This can trigger ocd. That is even more ugly than the anxiety. Trust me. Hope you feel better soon.
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