Pregnancy can often make people feel overwhelmed, stressed and anxious. Whilst it can be a normal and common side effect due to the hormonal changes in the body, it doesn’t stop mothers from feeling lonely and isolated.
At Pregma, we can support you through your pregnancy, providing a safe space to talk with an experienced care provider. We have an extensive network of midwives, psychotherapists and psychiatrists that will work around the clock to keep you and your family as healthy and happy as possible. you and your baby as healthy, and happy, as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, it is normal for women to experience low mental health during pregnancy as the change in hormones can trigger mental illness such as anxiety or depression. We always recommend speaking to a healthcare practitioner if your mood changes drastically and for a sustained period of time.
One of the best ways to stay healthy during pregnancy is to talk to other people, your friends, family and healthcare providers about how you are doing. Pregnancy can be a hugely emotional experience with so many changes happening, that it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Pregma are here to support you and recommend the best treatment during this difficult period.
If you are ever worried that you or your family member could hurt other people or themselves, please call the emergency services. We might be able to provide last minute psychiatric care to accommodate any worries or fears if you or your family are struggling to manage but always call the emergency services first.