Read carefully about the Side Effects of Anxiety on Women’s – Before, During, and Post-Pregnancy. Almost 50% of women are going through Anxiety Disorder, coz of their Stressful life, and Family History.
Women who are already having an Anxiety Issue and are planning to have a baby, it’s important for then to understand their Anxiety Disorder effects on their Pregnancy and Baby. And, what they should do to overcome this problem of Anxiety during Pregnancy.
Perinatal Anxiety (Anxiety Problem Before Pregnancy)
- Having sleeping trouble, especially during the afternoon nap time.
- Suddenly your heartbeat starts pumping very fast.
- Start worrying too much about your pregnancy phase.
- Taking too much tension about your weight gain during pregnancy and how you will look.
- Anxiety about taking such a big responsibility of having a baby and how you will be able to match up with your old daily routine after the birth of your Baby.
- Outbursts of extreme fear and panic.
- Short of Breath – not able to breathe properly and having difficulty breathing.
- Having bad thoughts of hitting and killing.
- Get the panic attacks of getting trapped in the room.
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Note: If Perinatal Anxiety is not treated or control before pregnancy then it could result in the loss of fetus (baby).
Anxiety During Pregnancy
- Feeling Restless and Moody all the time.
- Increases the Risk of Postpartum Depression.
- Having thoughts of Harming the Baby.
- Dizzy and Sweaty are few symptoms of Anxiety.
- Avoiding people, gathering, and activities.
- Diarrhea, Gas, and Constipation.
- Increase the risk of miscarriage, preterm delivery, and giving birth to a baby.
- And, you will feel all the above Signs and Symptoms mentioned in Perinatal Anxiety category.
Note: Anxiety during Pregnancy will create an emotional problem, hyperactivity disorder, and disturbance in the cognitive development of your child. You suddenly raise heartbeat will also affect your baby health.
- Pregnant women who go through a high level of anxiety during their pregnancy will affect their Baby Weight and Height, in comparison to non-anxious mothers.
- Will end up in poor maternal-child relations.
- Your fear will get into your child, and he or she will have a problem will be handling the day to day problems.
- Due to your anxiety, your child will face the long term illness like Asthma and Shortness of breath.
Note: Consult the Best Doctor for your Anxiety Disorder, your doctor may recommend Therapy, Support, and Medication as per your old history. Please don’t forget to tell your doctor, if you’ve taken an Antidepressant or Anti-anxiety Medication in the past and if you’re Breastfeeding your Baby.