When you’re pregnant, there a whole bunch of things you can do to get your body ready for the rest of your pregnancy and parenting journeys. But have you thought about getting mentally prepared? Mental health is a major component of a healthy pregnancy, and Ovia wants to help you be as healthy and happy as possible.
With our added mental health content, we’re aiming to destigmatize conversations about mental health during pregnancy, provide resources for tending to and strengthening your mental health, and share strategies for making the most of these resources.
Ever wonder “>anxiety disorders, “>bipolar disorder, and other types of postpartum mood disorders? Or how “>psychologist and psychiatrist? A lot of people wonder about these things, so we hunted down the answers.
It can be hard to tell the difference between “>Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) in Ovia. The “>screening tool that healthcare providers use to determine whether a person has depression, and if so, how severe it is. We’ve also provided a ton of resources, because “>mental health is important for your pregnancy.
In addition to Ovia, which can help you “>primary healthcare provider can be an excellent person to explore and advocate for your needs with, and to help you “>Partners and friends can help you build a healthy “>Promoting wellness during pregnancy can look however you want or need it to. You can connect with some furry friends, make time for laughter, meditate (which can be intimidating – “>fitness routine. Or you can make up your own “>might be on the horizon, treatment is an “>treatment options for “>treatment decisions on an individual basis. For some people, treatment can involve