Coping with Anxiety and Depression During Pregnancy

Many new and expectant mothers are beaming with excitement and joy as they prepare to welcome their new bundle of joy into the world. However, it is common for some expectant mothers to experience high levels of anxiety and even become depressed before or after childbirth. Here are some of the most common symptoms of prenatal anxiety and depression and our best advice for you and your baby.

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