I'm very concern with Abby Abadi... well... as everybody know... that NORMAN HAKIM... her husband... really make us feel angry with his action... protect this USELESS women... MIMEY D' BIRAH...
Actually... the main things that I want to highlight here... Norman Hakim knew the consequences of a women after deliver a baby can got this syndrome... postpartum syndrom also known as GILER MEROYAN... I really hate him as he in the CEKEKRAMA of CINTA BATU BELAH... this story very related to the issues of postpartum depression... where SAFFIYAH... got this postpartum depression after delevering his son... FIRKAN... and when the situation were very depressed... the momment that she couldn't eat SATAY RUSA because Firkan eat all of Satay Rusa... SAFFIYAH commit SUICIDE...
Poor Abby that she had to face this terrible momment in her life... actually... I hope that she won't get this syndrome... because it is very severe if diagnosis and treatment were not put in place... in HOLLYWOOD... Gweth Pathrow got this depression and luckily she got family support and treatment for the depression... and BROOKE SHIELD got PSIKOSIS POSTPARTUM after delivery of her baby... and at one time... she wanted to throw her baby out from the window... and she also got proper treatment... another story... this one is hearsay... I heard from my friends... one of my senior got this postpartum depression... she was very intelligent student... however... because of several issues.. family problem... she got postpartum depression and right now she's in HOSPITAL BAHAGIA...
WHAT IS POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION...
It is a form of clinical depression which can affect women, and less frequently men, after childbirth.
- Low self-esteem
- Sleep disturbances
- Eating disturbances
- Inability to be comforted
- Inability to enjoy things one previously enjoyed
- Social withdrawal
- Low or no energy
- Becoming easily frustrated
- Feeling inadequate in taking care of the baby (or feeling like one cannot take care of the baby)
- Impaired communication in speech and writing
- Spells of anger towards others
- Increased anxiety or panic attacks
Women need to be taken seriously when symptoms occur. This is a two-fold practice: First, the postpartum woman will want to trust her intuition about how she is feeling and believe that her symptoms are real enough to tell her significant other, a close friend, and/or her medical practitioner; erring on the side of caution will go a long way in the treatment of postpartum syndrome. Second, the people in whom she confides must take her symptoms seriously as well, aiding her with treatment and support. Partners, friends and physicians may notice changes in a postpartum mother that she may not. Knowing that postpartum syndrome is treatable with a variety of methods can make persistence in seeking treatment easier.
Early identification and intervention improves long term prognoses for most women. Some success with preemptive treatment has been found as well. A major part of prevention is being informed about the risk factors, and the medical community can play a key role in identifying and treating postpartum depression. Women should be screened by their physician to determine their risk for acquiring postpartum depression. Also, proper exercise and nutrition appears to play a role in preventing postpartum, and general, depression.
- Medical evaluation to rule out physiological problems
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (aka: Psychotherapy)
- Possible medication
- Support groups
- Home visits/Home visitors
- Healthy diet
- Consistent/healthy sleep patterns
MY PERSONAL ADVICE... if anyone read this issue and had similar syndroms.... please seek for doctor advice... ORAIT... knowledge should be share and MAY ALLAH BLESS US WITH GOOD HEALTH... :D