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Do pregnancy hormones make you angry?

I am pregnant and it’s my fourth month. When I started taking the prescribed medicine from my gynecologist she told me that there will be some hormonal as well as mental changes that I will feel. Sometimes I feel that I get angry and irritated very soon

I am pregnant and it’s my fourth month. When I started taking the prescribed medicine from my gynecologist she told me that there will be some hormonal as well as mental changes that I will feel. Sometimes I feel that I get angry and irritated very soon without any reason and then after some time when I realize my mistake I feel bad. So what I want to know is this because of change in pregnenecy hormones? Is there something I can do for this?

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  • Adriana Coleman

    Hormonal changes are normal not just post delivery, even during pregnancy. Modern studies confirm rapid hormonal changes during pregnancy. These changes protect most of the pregnant women against depression by keeping them happy, however creates depression for a few pregnant women. Your brain chemistry can be disturbed due to these rapid hormonal changes putting you into depression. Do not take depression or anxiety as a part of pregnancy moodiness. This needs to be treated as it can bring along a number of complications with it. Your doctor needs to know about your pregnancy related depression as it needs to be treated. Depression and anxiety can be treated during pregnancy with the help of antidepressant medicines and physiological help. Consultation can help you deal with the situation better. Besides the medical help you take you also need to keep depression at bay by helping yourself. Take a look at a few steps given below: Simply relax yourself down; do things you like to do, indulge yourself in reading, strolling, etc. Give yourself as much as attention you wish to, by pampering yourself to the fullest. Mild yoga exercises and meditation can help you feel better and managing stress. Do not let it build up inside you. Pregnancy is the best time of bonding with your partner; do not miss out on this bonding that can help you make your relationship stronger. Bonding with your partner will also help you deal with depression better. Don’t keep your feeling and your fears to yourself talking your feelings out will help you feel better. The best person to talk to is your partner however you can also talk to a friend or a relative.

  • Ashwinikumar Agarwal

    Hormonal changes are normal not just post delivery, even during pregnancy. Modern studies confirm rapid hormonal changes during pregnancy. These changes protect most of the pregnant women against depression by keeping them happy, however creates depression for a few pregnant women. Your brain chemistry can be disturbed due to these rapid hormonal changes putting you into depression. Do not take depression or anxiety as a part of pregnancy moodiness. This needs to be treated as it can bring along a number of complications with it. Your doctor needs to know about your pregnancy related depression as it needs to be treated. Depression and anxiety can be treated during pregnancy with the help of antidepressant medicines and physiological help. Consultation can help you deal with the situation better. Besides the medical help you take you also need to keep depression at bay by helping yourself. Take a look at a few steps given below: · Simply relax yourself down; do things you like to do, indulge yourself in reading, strolling, etc. Give yourself as much as attention you wish to, by pampering yourself to the fullest. · Mild yoga exercises and meditation can help you feel better and managing stress. Do not let it build up inside you. · Pregnancy is the best time of bonding with your partner; do not miss out on this bonding that can help you make your relationship stronger. Bonding with your partner will also help you deal with depression better. · Don’t keep your feeling and your fears to yourself talking your feelings out will help you feel better. The best person to talk to is your partner however you can also talk to a friend or a relative.

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