You feel restless or irritable, or you have no energy.
You feel sad or depressed, or you cry a lot.
You have headaches, chest pains, heart palpitations (your heart beats fast and feels like it's skipping beats), or hyperventilation (fast and shallow breathing).
You have trouble sleeping or are very tired, or both, but these problems are not related to caring for the baby.
You have no appetite and have lost weight, or you overeat and have gained weight.
You have trouble focusing, remembering, or making decisions.
You are overly worried about the baby, or you have little or no interest in the baby.
You feel worthless or guilty.
You have no interest or pleasure in activities you used to enjoy, including sex.
Your baby is irritable, fussy, unpredictable, and difficult to soothe.
You are afraid of hurting your baby or yourself.
Your baby was born prematurely, has a health problem, or you have twins or other multiples.
You have little or no support or help at home to care for this child.
You experienced a brief period of tearfulness and mood swings in the first week or so after delivery.
You had a life-altering event during this pregnancy, such as a death in the family, loss of a job, a job change, or divorce or separation.
None of the above