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Old 01-03-2013, 08:17 AM   #21
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You did the best for you and your family. You were fully informed and made the decision without being coerced. NO ONE should judge you for that.

I am glad you are feeling better.

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Old 01-03-2013, 07:25 PM   #22
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You did right. Shouldn't bother you what others have to say, mommies know best
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Nobody has been hard on me I was hardest on myself which took some getting over which my stubborn self pushed through to almost 9 months. But if this comes up again I will look at weaning earlier because it's not fair to me or my family.
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I hope that you feel better soon :/ I have read recently that vegetable oils consumption may increase chance or severity of PPD. If you're not already, I would definitely cut all of that out and remember to take your fish oil and use butter, ghee, and/or coconut oil instead for anything that you would have used vegetable oil for.
ive never heard this before...is there some link wihtmore info maybe?? im a huge olive oil lover lol
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Re: Breastfeeding & ppd

My PPD also went away as soon as I quit nursing (at 6 months). I'm glad you're doing better!
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Old 01-07-2013, 10:21 AM   #26
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It didn't help my symptoms but it did allow me the freedom to help myself. Because he baby wasn't dependent entirely on me, it gave me a little freedom to get to counseling and in to the care of a psychiatrist.

Glad you're seeing some rays of sunshine. Ppd sucks.
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