Postpartum Depression Specialist
Postpartum depression is a common problem, affecting about 1 in 9 new mothers. Our experienced team at the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane provides rapid relief from postpartum depression with ketamine infusion therapy.
Review our FAQ below and learn how ketamine infusion therapy can help you recover from postpartum depression and restore your joy as a new parent. We encourage you to call, text or email our team today.
Postpartum Depression Q & A
What is postpartum depression?
Postpartum depression involves feelings of extreme sadness, exhaustion, and anxiety that affect some women after childbirth.
This condition is different from the baby blues, which usually resolves within a few days. If you continue to feel hopeless or empty for longer than two weeks after childbirth, you may have postpartum depression.
Many women don’t talk about their symptoms of postpartum depression due to embarrassment or shame. But depression isn’t a normal part of parenthood, and these feelings can affect your ability to take care of yourself and your baby. Fortunately, our team at the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane can help.
Ketamine has been safely used as an anesthetic medication for decades. Now, mental health providers use a lower dose of ketamine to quickly relieve moderate to severe symptoms of psychiatric and neurological disorders, including suicidality and chronic migraines.
The expert providers at the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane administer the ketamine intravenously while you relax in a peaceful setting. They carefully monitor your safety and comfort throughout the 40-minute treatment.
Ketamine’s fast action makes it an ideal treatment for mothers with postpartum depression. Though you may notice relief right away, the team at the Ketamine Clinic of Spokane recommends six infusions over a three week period for optimal relief.
What should I expect from ketamine infusion therapy for Postpartum Depression?
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