Antenatal Depression

Postnatal Depression affects 10 to 15 in every 100 women after having a baby. However some woman may also suffer with depression during pregnancy, this is known as Antenatal Depression.

For information about Antenatal Depression symptoms, treatment and support click on the icons in the boxes below:

The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Information about mental health in pregnancy.

Tommy's Charity

 

Information about antenatal depression symptoms and treatment. 

National Childbirth Trust

  • Information about depression in pregnancy

  • Support line

  • Information about many aspects of pregnancy

Netmums

  • Information

  • On line support forum

  • On line CBT helping with depression course

PANDAS Foundation

  • Information

  • Support groups

  • Helpline

Living Life to the Full

  • Self help CBT book

  • On line course

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

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