The baby blues three months after giving birth
Between 70 and 80 percent of mothers experience a period of depression called the baby blues, which always occur soon after giving birth.
- The baby blues generally appear within three to ten days after the birth of the baby.
- Its main causes are related to the physical and psychological changes caused by the arrival of the baby.
- When the discomfort lasts for more than two weeks in a row, it can be considered postpartum depression.
- If you are going through this complicated phase, don't hesitate to talk about it and make an appointment with a doctor who will listen to you.