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I would say yes. I have never been told no matter what was wrong with my baby to stop breastfeeding. But I would continue to take your vitamins and that may help with the low iron. I'd also call your Pediatrician just to be sure.
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I would def get some help as well. The fact of the matter is that kids cry and there isn't anything that can be done about that. And you have babies, so babies are going to cry no matter what. It's what they do. All mommies get tired and frustrated but if you are even thinking about throwing your kids to make them shut up, you need some help. I am not saying you would do it but they deserve to have a mom who is completely mentally well. They can't help that they cry.
Postpartum Depression sound like to me. You can call your OB and get a prescription for an anti-depressant. I highly recommend doing that. As someone who is expecting their 8th child, I always have to take meds for a little while after I have my babies. Please don't suffer in silence. The hormones can cause this to happen and those anti-depressants just get things back to the way they were. They are not addictive, nor is it something you will have to take forever.
I haven't taken Prozac specifically but anti-depressant meds DO help so you should see a difference soon if you don't already. I know I am a bit late responding as I recently had a baby myself. Hope you are feeling better!
Is anyone taking this? A couple years back I read articles of how the studies were yielding bad results for the liver. Recently, I've read that is not the case since the earlier results were from studies using extreme amounts. Most of what I can find looks good. Supposedly, key role in preventing eye disease, it is believed to cause desirable genetic and biochemical effects at the cell level, and as an anti-aging drug.
I have never been on that type of medicine before, but I would def speak w/ your doc about it. I take Zoloft for my PPD. Maybe even google your medicine and anxiety and see what kind of physical side effects can happen w/ both. Good luck and I wish I had more to offer.
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