For many, the thought of being a new mother fills people with love and warmth. Movies suggest that most new mothers can adequately handle their child and can do so with joy and happiness. The images on the screen do not usually tackle the hardships and difficulties associated with giving birth.
Most new moms are dealing with new responsibilities, a lack of sleep, breast pain while nursing, and hormones in the body are changing. For many women, this can be a lot to deal with; for some, these issues can be overwhelming.
After childbirth, women are going through a lot, and it is not uncommon to need a few weeks to get back to a healthy emotional and mental state. If you notice that feeling does not change after two or three weeks, it may be possible that you are suffering from a severe form of clinical depression that is directly related to being pregnant and giving birth—postpartum depression.
This problem does not affect most women, but those who do suffer are more common than you think. A recent study of 10,000 new moms concluded that 1 in 7 would suffer from postpartum depression. There are methods of treatment to help women that are experiencing this form of depression.
TMS Therapy can help people suffering from postpartum depression. With 4-8 weeks of treatments, it is possible to achieve total remission. A Study by David G Brock, MD concluded that remission is possible without serious adverse events. You do not have to suffer alone. We offer depression therapy in Columbus.
We also work with patients who suffer from major depressive disorder because TMS therapy is proven to help. If you are suffering from depression in Columbus, let us be your first call.