Medical Disclaimer

PPDIsland is not managed by medical professionals, and therefore does not avail medical diagnosis or recommend any treatment regimen. This blog was birthed out of the need to create awareness about PostPartum Depression (abbreviated PPD), and especially in Kenya, as well as to give insight into what precedes this condition, from the eyes of a PPD Survivor. The blog is run out of the desire to help other moms know that they are not alone in this journey. For moms to know that there is hope even when, many times, PPD has you frazzled, and you are fraught with incessant fear, worry and doubt.

Any pertinent information found on this blog must be used in consultation with a professional medical practitioner. In the same breath, highlighting any specific medical website is not an endorsement or assurance of the quality of the said website. It is important to ascertain the authenticity of such information on the web.

If you need any help, please feel free to get in touch using the Contact Form and we will link you up to professional psychotherapists, psychologists and counselors. Note too, that as of 13th January 2018, we have started support group therapy to help affected moms and dads so that they can make a full recovery after PPD. Read more of that on this page. Do not be afraid to ask for help. You are not alone.

Edited 22/January/2018


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