hey there im 23 yr old with a 4 yr old and a 15month old both boys second time around when i was pregnant after i had my son about 3months later i got depressed and anxiety and sometimes i just kept thinking about all thje bad stuff that could happen with my children it took months to get over but i also did it without meds and now life couldnt be better i sometimes get down but it doesnt take long till im happy again i was just wondering if i decide to have another baby ( coz one day i would love to try for a girl) what will be my chances of this horrible depression returning what could i do to avoid it and i have also herd of how some mothers get that phycosis happen to them will i be at risk to that whenever i decide to get pregnant again
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