Perinatal Mental Health (Pregnancy, Postpartum, Parenting)

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Perinatal mental health refers to the mental well-being of individuals during pregnancy, the postpartum period, and early parenthood. It encompasses the emotional, psychological, and social challenges that individuals may experience during this significant life transition.

Pregnancy can bring about a range of emotions, from joy and excitement to anxiety and mood changes. Some individuals may experience conditions such as prenatal depression, prenatal anxiety, or pregnancy-related obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Hormonal changes, physical discomfort, concerns about childbirth, and the anticipation of becoming a parent can contribute to these mental health challenges.

It is essential to seek professional help if experiencing perinatal mental health challenges. Perinatal mental health therapy, also known as pregnancy and postpartum therapy or perinatal psychiatric care, focuses on providing specialized support and treatment for individuals who are experiencing mental health challenges during pregnancy, the postpartum period, and early parenting.