Hello - I'm 12 weeks post partum with my second son. I had more anxiety and depression this time than I did after my first pregnancy. At 7 weeks post partum, I had an anxiety attack. I'm now on Celexa. I'm feeling better emotionally, but I'm having some physical side effects that are freaking me out. I am having a lot of tingling in my arms and legs and sometimes a sunburn sensation on my skin even though it's not red or actually burned. Has anyone else had these symptoms post partum? Of course, I google these symptoms and MS comes up. Thank you!
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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