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My friend is so depressed

"Hi, guys,
My friend is so depressed after her husband left her. She and her husband are trying to conceive a baby for so long. But after nothing's happened her husband just left her. Fights started. Problems started. Many of the problems they faced an then they decided to leave each other of course it's not the best decision but it's good for them I am so much worried about her right now. She is exhausted. She is I depression. I gave her so much moral support that she required. I am asking you all to give her some moral support an tell her those good things are going to happen for her.
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  1. camillenanjala2 months ago

    I am so sorry for your friend. I kn9w how devastating this can be. I always tell people that dealing with infertility is so tough. Many people see the physical side. But what really matters a lot is the mental torture. The infertile person starts blaming themselves. I am a counsellor so I have dealt with quite a number of them. These people cry day in day out. They feel like they will not get any assistance. They do not have something else to do. Like the whole world is against them. I do like helping these people. Because I have been through that road. I kn9ow how it hurts. Even know I am a mother. But the mental torture that I still go through is painful. You can take away the physical hurt but never the emotional part. It stays there with you. All the people who went against you. Those who started talking behind your back. They will all start looking nice to you later. When you have managed to fight your problems. So what she needs now s care and support? Especially if you can assist her mentally the better. But you can advise her to try surrogacy. It did work for me after 5 years and a visit to Bio tex clinic. I hope it will for her to.

  2. callisy1 month ago

    Infertility and depression frequently go together. While you may not be surprised to learn that infertility can lead to depression, you might not know that people who experience depression are more likely to have fertility problems. You may also be surprised to learn that depression during pregnancy and after pregnancy (postpartum depression) is more common in women who have struggled with trying to conceive. Be sure to speak to your doctor if you're experiencing depression while going through infertility. Many fertility clinics offer counseling or support groups. Your fertility doctor may also be able to adjust your fertility medications, giving ones less likely to affect mood, since fertility drugs can aggravate depression and cause mood swings. Not achieving pregnancy, or failing to have children through adoption or other means, does not mean you'll feel depressed the rest of your life. It is possible to find happiness in life again. However, if depression has taken hold, it's unlikely to resolve on its own. If medication for depression is needed, your fertility doctor and psychiatrist should ideally work together to help you decide the safest and most effective treatments for your condition while you try to conceive.

  3. rebecca121 month ago

    I feel sorry for your friend. She had to go through both of the world's worst things at the same time. Infertility really damages a person. The point where the husband could've supported her the most, he just left. It is definitely for the best. He doesn't deserve her. She'll surely find a man who truly cares for her. That man will have no problem with her infertility. Instead, he'll love and support her in everything. He'd find alternate ways to have a baby instead of fighting and blaming on your friend. She just needs someone to motivate her. Good things will come in her life soon. There's always happiness after a strong phase of sadness. Tell her not to lose hope. Lots of love and prayers for her!

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