Stress is your body's reaction and response to change. There's good stress, and there's bad stress. Good stress , or eustress, is positive and healthy. This type of stress is harmful and can cause health problems. It can even affect your ability to breastfeed successfully.
What to know about postpartum depression
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New Patient Appointment. Call Us: New Patient Appointment or Your Pregnancy Matters. The amount of breast milk a woman can produce after childbirth depends on a variety of factors. Some are not within her control, but some can be managed with extra planning and support from friends and family. If you find that your milk supply decreases or you have trouble keeping up with your baby, one or more of these four common factors might be the cause.
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This systematic review examining the relationship between postpartum anxiety PPA and infant feeding outcomes found that women with symptoms of PPA were less likely to breastfeed exclusively and more likely to terminate breastfeeding earlier. Some evidence also suggests that those experiencing PPA are less likely to initiate breastfeeding and more likely to supplement with formula in the hospital. In those who do breastfeed, PPA reduces self-efficacy, increases breastfeeding difficulties, and may negatively affect breastfeeding behaviors and breast milk composition. Researchers called for increased breastfeeding support for mothers affected by PPA. Impact of Baby Friendly accreditation on breastfeeding rates, cognitive outcomes and maternal mental health.
Many women understand the physical changes that accompany pregnancy and childbirth. However, many women are not prepared for the mental and psychological changes that can take place during and after their pregnancy. Depression after pregnancy is actually more common than many women realize and it can be trickier to tackle than situational depression because our hormones are out of our control. While there are several postpartum hormonal changes that occur, there are a couple in particular that can really affect how we feel:. During pregnancy, progesterone is produced at a high rate.