Depression During Pregnancy?

Question by www.labonitameli: depression during pregnancy?
i just dont know what to do anymore im really depressed during this pregnancy and i dont have alot of friends to talk to an dthe one person who should care which is my boyfriend dont have time to talk to me. he has time to hang out with his friends but never time to call me or visit me. he is the o ne that is making me feel depress and i do nt know what to do it him or am i overreacting?

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Answer by CHERYLLE H
if you are pregnant and you are depressed try doing something to prevent being depressed.Depression can make you have a early labor so try not to be depressed Sincerely,Cherylle

Answer by Jess
well, with all the hormones right now, it could be exagerating your sadness. Just try to think about your baby and the fact that you are so lucky to be having a baby. Try to stay stress free since the stress could affect your baby too. If you’re not living with your boyfriend, it could be even harder for him to realize the miracle that is occuring inside you. All I can say is take care of yourself and your baby, and try to forget about the boyfriend and his stupid friends (I hate the friends my husband has, but I just put up with it and ignore them when they’re laughing away and all I want to do is be with my husband only).

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