Mental health problems in pregnancy are common and can be treated.
Contact your midwife, GP or your nearest hospital emergency department (A&E) if you feel:
- extremely low
- severe anxiety
- in crisis
- at risk of hurting or harming yourself
Other warning signs during pregnancy
There are other warning signs to watch out for during pregnancy. They could mean you're experiencing pregnancy complications or a medical emergency.
They can also be signs of a common ailment during pregnancy.
Warning signs include:
Non-urgent advice: Contact your midwife, GP or obstetrician immediately if:
- you are worried about any aspect of your pregnancy