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Ppd or depression or seasonal depression hi puddin 4 kids; Lawrence, Kansas 2118 posts
6th Mar '13

This will be a post and run so TIA



Can you have ppd 9 months later??



I was fine... Not sad angry frustrated or anything until just recently... Sure I would have little moments but lately I get so frustrated with everyone and everything. I just want to lay in bed or sit on the couch or in a hot bath peacefully with no interruptions.. I don't have thoughts of harming myself or others just get frustrated... Like why is my 9 month old always want to be up my ass... Why can't my 3 year old stop screaming at me and biting and hitting.... Why does my 10 year old not comprehend things... Why does my 15 year old think he can pull one over on me




See I know all of that is normal but I am so frustrated with it all I just cry..



Ppd? Depression? Seasonal depression?? Or just suck it up. That's life?



I screamed in my pillow earlier and went into the bathroom and cried



Would love to see a Dr but no money and don't want to be drugged

loser mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; GoShox!, KS, United States 9199 posts
6th Mar '13

It could be both, I suppose. My PPD didn't hit until LO was 4 or 5 months old.



I know you don't want to try medicine, but a lot of people take a multi-B vitamin for depression with good results.

hi puddin 4 kids; Lawrence, Kansas 2118 posts
6th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting loser mom:</b>" It could be both, I suppose. My PPD didn't hit until LO was 4 or 5 months old. I know you don't want to try medicine, but a lot of people take a multi-B vitamin for depression with good results."</blockquote>




Thank you...



I will try that :-)