'I was in a really negative terrible place'

'I was in a really negative terrible place'

"I was in a really negative terrible place.... and couldn't see a way out." This was the experience of one woman who suffered from depression and obsessive compulsive disorder during her second pregnancy. A quarter of pregnant women suffer from mental health problems, a study by King's College London suggests. Anxiety and depression were not the only conditions to affect these women, with some suffering eating disorders, OCD and bipolar disorder. Liberty suffered with OCD and depression during her second pregnancy after experiencing no problems the first time she was pregnant. "I think I had started to become unwell in...

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