Pregnancy For Dads

Are you a dad or non-birth partner of someone expecting a baby? If so, you are one of an estimated 1 in 7 fathers and 3 in 10 non-birth parents who may experience antenatal or postnatal depression. This mental health condition involves various changes in mood, such as feeling low, anxious, tearful or lacking energy. Help is available, even if it’s your first time seeking help for emotional issues.

Pregnancy and baby’s early months can affect fathers and non-birthing parents too. Some forms of antenatal (many people call it morning sickness, but that’s not very accurate. Morning sickness is a term used for nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy.) and postnatal (postnatal refers to the period beginning when your baby is born until he or she leaves home for the first time) depression can be severe. Many pregnant men and partners feel neglected, alone, and even jealous of all the attention their partner receives from everyone after the birth. This guide provides information on what fathers can experience during pregnancy and the first months at home with his new baby. Men are almost always overlooked during this time, often because women don’t know about men’s experiences of pregnancy, birth and bonding with their new baby.

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              The pregnancy of your wife or female partner is a major event in your life. This can be a time of great happiness and joy, but it also has the potential to be a time of anxiety and uncertainty. Be aware – you too can become depressed during pregnancy. But there are ways to deal with these problems. Don’t suffer alone. Seek help and support early. This leaflet will help you understand: how antenatal depression affects fathers –and non-birthing parents; what kind of problems and symptoms you, other partners and new babies might also have; where to get more information and help;

              Antenatal and postnatal depression are very real symptoms. The most common way dads experience these is through the sudden change that comes with the new arrival of a child. It’s important to understand that if you feel this way you’re not alone, we offer free help on 0800 011 4357 – talk to us about antenatal and postnatal depression.

              Pregnancy For Dads is a resource book filled with advice and support for expectant fathers. Filled with practical tips, the author has compiled a considerable amount of information to help you feel more at ease through the entire process. All non-birthing parents are highly encouraged to read this book, as they too can and do experience pregnancy.

              The book is written by an author who also happens to be a Dad – and so it’s written in a warm, honest, upbeat and accessible tone. With this book, you can find out what antenatal or postnatal depression are, see how they might affect you or feel about them and get support from the information and advice it offers. The author also gives tips on looking after yourself while wanting to help your partner and baby.

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