Our expert says:
If one developes PND after one pregnancy, one's risk of developing it after subsequent pregnancies is significantly higher. The Cilift in the second pregnancy probably usefully limited the severity the second time round.
I agree with Maria, that complex prescribing of such drugs, especially Epitec and Seroquel, in combination with the continuing Depramil, is absolutely NOT something which should be started or controlled by a GP, or anyone other than a fully qualified consultant psychiatrist.
I think you should arrange, maybe with the GP's help, as early an appointment as possible with your local psychiatrist, who should of course have been involved much earlier, for a re-assessment of diagnosis and treatment plan.
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