Yes, there is proof that being constantly depressed/anxious/upset can affect your child's health while its still in the womb.
When your pregnant it is important to be both mentally and physically fit for your unborns child's health. A pregnant woman who spends her entire pregnancy with depression and anxiety runs a higher risk of delivering a baby pre-mature, having a child with a low-birth weight, giving birth to a child with a low immune system, or even suffering a misscarriage during the pregnancy.
Depression and anxiety, while they are both mental illnesses, they also have a physical toll on your body which can cause problems with your pregnancy or with your unborn child.
NO when i was 17 i was prego wit my first child n trust my boyf had me cryin and depressed all the time everyday and i had preaclamciea ended up have emergency c-section!!! my baby was only 5 pounds
If it is your baby then yes, you might have ppd! why suffer by being sad & crying...when you can be happy!
yep, he will be influenced by your passive feeling
i mean yes my bad