Stress, Anxiety and Depression during pregnancy

Pregnancy brings a mix of feelings, and all of them are not good. If you're feeling worried, you're not alone. Worry is common, mainly during a woman's first pregnancy or an unplanned one. It can be even harder if you're dealing with depression or anxiety. Mood swings are normal during pregnancy. Feeling nervous or down all the time, it could be a sign of something deeper going on. Stress over being pregnant, changes in body during the pregnancy, and everyday worries can take a toll. Some pregnant women have depression or anxiety. Pregnant women may have other mental health issues, such as Bipolar disorders, PTSD, Panic attacks, OCD, Eating disorders etc. It's important to treat mental health problems during pregnancy. Mothers who are depressed, anxious or having any other issue might not get the medical care they need. They might not take care of themselves during the pregnancy. All of these things may harm a growing baby.