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Dealing with depression over a birth injury

| Mar 23, 2019 | Birth Injuries

Patients are injured in hospitals in countless ways, from surgical errors to mistakes involving prescription medication. Some, such as birth injuries, can be particularly devastating. Birth injuries can create problems for mothers, as well as their partners and the children they give birth to. Unfortunately, aside from the physical and financial ramifications of these injuries, emotional hurdles are not uncommon either. Some people may be angry or stressed out, while others may struggle with depression. In some instances, depression can be so severe that it virtually shuts down a victim’s ability to function.

If you are in the midst of deep depression due to a birth injury that recently occurred, you should do everything in your power to restore some normalcy in daily life. Perhaps you have had to take time off work or quit your job altogether. Maybe your personal relationships with your spouse, friends and family members are suffering. Maybe you are no longer able to enjoy things that used to make you happy and have a grim outlook on your future.

Unfortunately, these emotional challenges can cause one’s life to spiral out of control. It is pivotal to try to get a grip on your emotions, and legal action is one way that some victims of birth injuries have been able to recover. If a negligent medical professional caused you or your loved one to become injured during childbirth, they should be held accountable. This may be a very difficult time for you, but by taking the right steps a brighter future may lie ahead.

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