Your body undergoes a lot of changes in preparation for childbirth. During pregnancy, hormones rise and fall, affecting your physical and emotional state.
After delivery, you might still feel emotional, irritable, sensitive … the list goes on and on. While some new parents talk about the joys of parenting, you may feel like you’ve got a case of the baby blues.
The good news is that the postpartum emotional rollercoaster is totally normal and largely due to hormonal shifts. But just how long will it take your hormones to settle down after childbirth? What are the symptoms of a hormonal imbalance? And what can you do to finally get off this rollercoaster?