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What's wrong with me ?

I just had my baby girl January 13th and today for some reason I'm really emotional keep crying And my husband took the baby with him after I said no and I can't stop crying what's wrong
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Sounds like postpartum depression it's normal but you should talk with a doctor
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This sounds like very normal "baby blues".    I don't know why your husband took the baby with him after you said no, that's not a good thing or a sign of a supportive partner.

But crying a lot 3 days after your baby is born is very normal and predictable.  

Best wishes.
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Very normal! They say to watch though and if it continues 2-6 weeks after birth it could be signs of postpartum depression but the first few weeks are definitely crazy on our hormones and it's totally normal to cry!
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Please don't listen to people telling you it is normal.
If it is out of the normal for you as a person, you need to be seen. PPD is nothing to mess with, ans can progress extremely fast. If your worried talk to your doctor :) they may have some ideas on how to get out out of this funk!
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I agree that it is normal to feel that way at first. I felt like that for about 3 weeks and now my baby is 6 weeks and I feel much muchh better :) Your hormones are so crazy right now. If it continues up until the 6 week mark then I'd be concerned.
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And I too have no clue why your husband would take the baby after you said no too. That's something you're gonna have to seriously discuss with him.
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I also think it's normal as well but if it continues after weeks or you start to have thoughts of harming yourself or the baby seek help.
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Thank you everyone & it's gone away I don't cry at every little thing
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