Can the Creighton Model FertilityCare  System (CrMS) help Postpartum Depression (PPD)?



PPD occurs in 10-20 percent of women after having a baby and will usually present within the first week but may be delayed up to six months. Symptoms may include depression, anxiety, panic attacks, hopelessness, and sometime suicidal thoughts. The CrMS has a 96.5% success rate in treating post-partum depression and can usually be addressed very quickly and easily with the use of natural progesterone. Most women will generally start feeling better within hours of receiving treatment.

PPD is associated with Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and most women who suffer from PPD often have a pre-existing history of PMS.