"I felt like I'd died and I was in an afterlife, because I'd 'hurt' Ella"
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Post-partum psychosis: Why I thought I'd killed my baby

Mother's day is approaching but as any mother knows, stepping in to the role can be a turbulent time. For others it can be utterly devastating.

One in 500 to 1,000 suffer from a condition called post-partum psychosis. University lecturer Sally Wilson was one of them.

Here she tells BBC Wales' Eye on Wales programme about her psychotic episode shortly after giving birth to her daughter.

You can listen to the programme here and read Sally's full story here.

  • 13 Mar 2017
  • From the section Wales
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